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Matteo Pericoli was born in Milan, where he graduated from the Polytechnic School of Architecture. He moved to New York in 1995, where he has worked as an architect, illustrator, author, journalist, and teacher.
From 1997 to 2000 he worked at the architectural firm Richard Meier & Partners as the project architect for the Jubilee Church in Rome. His drawings have been published in various newspapers and magazines, in the US, in Italy, and elsewhereâ€”including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Conde' Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, Il Corriere della Sera, and La Stampa, among others. He has written for the Italian newspapers L'UnitĂ and La Stampa. In 2007 he completed Skyline of the World, a 397-foot-long panoramic mural for American Airlines' new International Terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.
He has taught architecture and illustration at Saint Annâ€™s School in Brooklyn, NY, and is now spending with his wife and daughter a sabbatical period in Turin, Italy, where he is working on new projects on London and Turin.
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Books:The City Out My Window, November 2009
Manhattan Within, October 2003