Martha McQuade is cofounder of MAD, a cross-disciplinary design studio. She holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota where she has been teaching for the last 15 years. Martha also runs her own multi-disciplinary design practice which encompasses architecture, landscape, furniture, textiles, and clothing. Her design work and writing have been published widely in journals, including Minneapolis/St. Paul
magazine, MSP Design 100
, Progressive Architecture
, and Dwell
. She has been the featured textile artist at the American Craft Council exhibit in Baltimore and has exhibited her painting and installation work at the San Francisco Art Institute, and Southern Gallery in San Francisco.
View Martha's work at: http://mad--work.com/
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