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Prismatic glass breaks white light into the color spectrum, energizing the interiors of Rubenstein Commons with natural light and color.
The music building of the Lewis Center Arts Complex at Princeton University was developed according to the idea of ‘suspension’ with acoustically separated practice rooms for a resonant quality.
The REACH has become a destination for Washington D.C. during the pandemic due to its architecture and open, sculpted landscape.
The Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University forms a gateway to the campus with an inviting sense of openness at the busiest intersection of Richmond.
The ecological insulated glass facade of Maggie’s Centre Barts recalls neume notation of Medieval music. From the Greek ‘pnevma,’ which means vital force, the term suggests a breath of life that fills oneself with inspiration like a stream of air. Maggie’s provides free support for people with cancer and families.
Steven Holl and Dimitra Tsachrelia introduce the concepts driving the design for the Ex of IN House. Watch the full interview for Architectural Digest.
The completion of a green roof on the 3000-sf Archive makes it the most ecological architecture archive in New York.
The Cité de l’Océan et du Surf museum derives from the spatial concept “under the sky/under the sea.” A concave “under the sky” shape creates a central gathering plaza, open to sky and sea, with the horizon in the distance.
The American Institute of Architects bestowed the Chapel of St. Ignatius, Seattle, WA, with the prestigious Twenty-five Year Award.
The Kinder Museum Building’s façade continues SHA’s 40-year plus research into translucent material phenomena.
Studios at the Winter Visual Arts Building receive natural light through the translucent facade and have operable viewing windows and skylights.
The Planar Villa overlooks the Hudson Valley. For Residential Inquiries visit our Studio + Contact Page