Project : Architecture is pleased to be part of the 8th annual ‘Minimal House’ exhibition. Our two projects, Tung House and Contemporary Jungja, explore the relationship between minimum energy use and maximum experience. Please join us for the opening event!
The Tung House has won a 2018 Society of American Registered Architects Award from the SARA New York Council. This prestigious award showcases design excellence from American architects not only practicing in the U.S., but also those that are making a positive…
Located on a strictly preserved wooded area, this project converges with the site and environment through a zero-energy strategy. While the massing adheres to tight setback restrictions, the roof breaks free of the house’s orthogonal geometry to optimize orientation of the solar panels. At the same time, the resulting roof overhang shields the interior from hot summer…. [continue]→
Big Dig House Lexington, MA 2006 [ AIA/BSA Housing Design Award, Metropolis Next Generation Prize, Featured in Resource Salvation: The Architecture of Reuse ] As a prototype building that demonstrates how infrastructural refuse can be salvaged and reused, the structural system for this house is comprised of steel and concrete discarded from Boston’s Big Dig. Utilizing [continue]→
The 2013 Sciame Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at CCNY There are uncanny parallels between the 1960s and today in terms of social, political, and environmental issues. However, where ‘Metabolist’ and ‘Situationist’ architecture offered alternative forms of practice and discourse, does today’s architecture lack a relevant movement in [continue]→