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Inspiration

The world is our inspiration. We observe it and inject it into our designs. We are always creatively curious, questioning the designs around us.


Moving into Revit

Moving into Revit

For the past few years, our studio has been experiment and exploring Revitfor projects, and we’re excited by the possibilities that it holds! Revit is a BIM program, which stands for Building Information Modeling. It allows for greater automation of tedious tasks and centralizes all information…

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Segregated Bike Lanes – NYC

Segregated Bike Lanes – NYC

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“Nature” needs work

“Nature” needs work

In landscape design, nature has always been held as an ideal model. However, the idealized aesthetic often does not correspond with the practical functional demands. Nothing encapsulates this more than Japanese gardens which have the graceful calm of a tranquil forest, a deceptive laissez-faire of…

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Oslo Opera House – Snøhetta

Oslo Opera House – Snøhetta

The image of a massive glacier extends from the planes of the exterior architecture to the artwork that wraps around select walls in the ground floor that represents layers of ice and crystals slowly being compressed by the weight above. The overall brightness of the…

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Backyard Bioswales

Backyard Bioswales

Large swaths of plantings make for a simple way of handling stormwater runoff in Västra hamnen, Sweden. Photo: Audric Montuno

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