In the second installment of AIA Peconic’s Architectural Sessions at the Parrish, host Maziar Behrooz is joined by Thomas Phifer, principal of Thomas Phifer and Partners, and Gabriel Smith, partner, for a conversation about the firm’s singular approach to architecture.Read More
Each center will have one to two recycled shipping containers that are retrofitted with computer work stations and networked to the New Orleans Public Library. Library staff will monitor each center and guide students to use various educational software for resume building, job search, homework assistance and general research.Read More
'House Interrupted' is one of our early projects in East Hampton. It is a typical example of our approach when adding to an existing house: creating contrast between old and new. For more images, click here.
Hamptons Magazine calls it 'the head of the modernist movement in East Hampton'. We appreciate the praise though Norman Jaffe, Richard Meier and Peter Blake would undoubtedly disagree.
Molly McFadden writes: "I chatted with Andrea Grover, curator of programs at the Parrish Museum, about her work on the series, whose structure and curatorial framework made it especially compelling for me. Grover, who brought the Road Show together, described her process as “collaborative,” working closely with the artists involved, all of whom received an honorarium as well as a stipend for materials and logistical support from the museum. In the Parrish Road Show, four artists presented new, site-specific work." .....more at HYPERALLERGIC.
"...Maziar Behrooz is an established architect whose process is guided by simplicity, breaking down complex problems to find inspiration at the core. Behrooz strives for solutions that are specific to the nature of each design. His modified storage container called the
Rapid Deployment Meditation Unit (RDMU) was installed outside his award-winning Arc House for the Road Show. The RDMU became a portable retreat for guided meditation, yoga practice, film screenings, even a cello performance. Taking the unit outdoors and experimenting with it (particularly the cello performance) led Behrooz to discover that the RDMU has great acoustics. It “favors deep, bass-y sounds,” said Grover." .....more at HYPERALLERGIC.