Marc Manack, assistant professor of architecture, has contributed a chapter to The Interior Architecture Theory Reader. The book was edited by Gregory Maninic and recently published by Routledge. In 50 chapters, the book surveys interior architecture, examining history, theory, and production across the fields of interior design, digital fabrication, and spatial installation. Manack's chapter is "Fabricating Interiority."
Manack is founding principal of the architecture and design practice SILO AR+D, which he began in 2009. His professional design work and creative practice have been recognized nationally and internationally with design awards, publications, and exhibitions. In 2016, Manack was selected as an Emerging Voice by The Architectural League of New York, a competition that recognizes North American individuals and firms with distinct design voices and significant bodies of realized work.