The exhibition Nordic Models + Common Ground opens at the Scandinavia House on October 28. Curated by Snohetta and designed in collaboration with Situ Studio, the exhibition presents the work of more than 35 designers and artists and explores how open artistic and cultural exchange facilitates innovation in art and design.
Situ Studio to lecture at Cal Poly on Friday, October 15 as part of the Hearst Lectures Series at the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. This year's series focuses on scale and the disciplinary perspectives that develop from working across scales. Situ Studio will introduce the series with its "full scale" fabrication work within the "urban scale" projects to be discussed by other speakers later in the series.
Situ Studio co-authors essay titled "Forensic Architecture" in current issue of Architectural Design.
Fossil reconstruction project, in collaboration with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University, featured on the cover of September issue of Nature Geoscience. The cover image shows the polished surface of a Trezona Formation limestone rock containing fossils.
Situ Studio has collaborated with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University's Department of Geosciences on research that suggests the possible discovery of the earliest animal life on earth. The project presented a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary work, applying tools and strategies native to the fields of architecture and design to address pressing questions in Maloof's research. The collaboration focused on the digital reconstruction of fossils encased in ~650 million year old limestone samples.
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We’ve launched a mobile device website. An abbreviated version of our main website and formatted for touch-screen viewing, it offers a quick overview of the practice while on the move. Viewing situstudio.com from a phone will automatically route to the mobile site.
Situ Studio became a New York State LLC five years ago. On Saturday we took a moment to celebrate and are looking forward to what's ahead.
Situ Studio's report instrumental in reopening investigation into death of demonstrator during April 2009 West Bank protest.
Therese Diede and Shiouwen Hong contributed to the report.
As an informal compliment to the SITU Studio website, we have launched SITU BLOG. Regularly updated, the blog will include work in progress, news, thoughts and findings.
The Solar Pavilions are featured in the latest issue of PIN-UP Magazine. Each of the three pavilions is presented as a single two-page photo of the canopy structure.
Situ Studio was profiled in the Studio Visit column of the Architect's Newspaper.
For Surface Magazine's Annual Design Issue, Situ Studio designed and fabricated the set for the Rare Elements photo shoot.
Situ Studio participated in the AIA's Convergence: NYC 2010. Offering students an opportunity to look at a range of architectural practices, Convergence consists of a day studio visits and a panel discussion and reception at the Center for Architecture. Other participating offices include HOK, KPF, Grimshaw, Architecture in Formation, Populous, Beyer Blinder Belle, Caples Jefferson, So-il, Gage Clemenceau, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Mancini Duffy.
Situ Studio was selected as one of three finalist for the 5th edition of the Happy Coincidences competition, hosted by the Lezigno Association. The competition invites artists and architects to submit proposals for a temporary landscape intervention at the Lezigno estate.
At 7pm we will be hosting an open studio and short presentation of some of our recent work. If you would like to attend, kindly rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward, won the International Association of Art Critics, Best Architecture or Design Show for 2009. The curatorial team included members from both the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Situ Studio was one of four New York design firms invited to participate in the Times Square Alliance's competition to build a Valentine in Times Square.