Neil Meredith is a Brooklyn based architect. He currently works MG McGrath, a Minneapolis-based architectural fabricator. Prior to coming to MGM, Neil worked as a consultant at Gehry Technologies, specializing in complex geometry and parametric design. Notable projects there include the Burj Khalifa (formerly Burj Dubai) lobby ceiling with SOM and the YAS Island Hotel Gridshell with Asymptote architects. Prior to GT Neil worked for the facade consulting office Front. He is a founding partner of the design and fabrication studio Sheet.
In the Spring 2010 term Neil was part of the C-BIP studio teaching team at Columbia University GSAPP. He is also a former lecturer in Architecture of the University of Michigan where he operated the schools Digital Fabrication Lab and taught in the areas of design, construction and fabrication. Research in to ceramic building materials undertaken at the European Ceramic Workcentre (.ekwc) has been published in Loose Fit: Experimental Ceramic Building Materials, as well as Transmaterial 3 and is part of the materials database at Material ConneXion. The project won in the furniture category for the 2009 ID Magazine Annual Design Review.