Dillon Pranger is a licensed architect in the state of Illinois. His current research involves unconventional building materials and construction techniques. These explorations have been realized through his involvement with various pavilion installations including the 2017 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program installation, Lumen by Jenny Sabin Studio, 2018 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program installation, Hide and Seek by Dream the Combine, and Primitive Hut by OMG!.
His personal works have been featured in Cornell University’s John Hartell Gallery, Association vol. 8, PLAT Journal, Residential Design vol. 2, and Architect Magazine, among others. Pranger has taught at institutions including, Harvard GSD, Ithaca College, and Syracuse University.
Pranger holds a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati (2012) and an M.Arch. from Cornell University (2015).
O’Donnell, Caroline, and Dillon Pranger. 2019. “The Architecture of Waste: Design for a Circular Economy.” In Reusable and Sustainable Building Materials in Modern Architecture, edited by Gülsah Koç and Bryan Christiansen, 93–107. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.