Alam Sanders was a poor architect in the 19th century, who seemed to have a profundly strange look at design, which was ahead of his time, but didn't market or sell his designs in fear of competition getting a hold of them. He died broke and his will stated that his designs were to only belong to his descendants.
Long after his death, his descendant architecural family discovered his blueprints, and at that time when these were discovered, that century was looking for Alam’s types of design and modernism.
Alam’s great grand-daughter realized this trend, and took up the family trade and designed buidlings in the USA, but soon realized that Alam’s designs were wanted all over the world.
So she opened an architecture firm called Dylo Designs, with the name called after her mentor in architecture school who influenced her so much, that this business wouldn't exist if she didn't meet the mentor.
But she never forgot her great grand-father's work, so she honored the roots of her architectural career by installing the Alam Architectural Museum, next to our headquarters in NYC.
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