George Ranalli, FAIA is an American architect based in NYC. A graduate of Pratt Institute and Harvard Graduate School of Design, Mr. Ranalli is known for his innovative design practice, and coherent, elegant work, at every scale, attuned to history and surroundings. Since 1977, George Ranalli Architect has set the standard of care for the practice and profession of architecture. For 40-years, Mr. Ranalli has created a diverse body of work, ranging from civic masterplans and cultural projects to private residences and product design. Mr. Ranalli is recognized in hundreds of publications, gallery and museum exhibitions, and collections, around the world, and he has received dozens of awards for excellence. A rigorous scholar, Mr. Ranalli has advanced the profession through systematic teaching, research, and practice. An academic leader, Mr. Ranalli taught for 25-years at fine schools, most notably, a professor of architecture and college fellow at Yale University. After educating thousands of students, Mr. Ranalli took on the Deanship at City College; presiding for the past 16-years over a renaissance of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. According to the renowned historian of architecture William J.R. Curtis, Mr. Ranalli has “set in place a value system for teaching the art of architecture”.