Brian Holland to present “Finding Opportunity in Complexity” at the ACSA Fall Conference at Stanford University on Saturday, September 14.
Open Set to begin design work for an artist live-work studio on a wooded site outside of Athens, Georgia.
Brian Holland to join the faculty of Sarah Lawrence College, where he will develop two new studio courses highlighting contemporary issues in architecture, urbanism, and environmental design. The first course, Urban Design: Ecologies of Public Space, will be offered in the Fall; and the second, Architectural Design: Shaping Space, Site, and Environment, will be offered in the Spring.
Final reviews to take place at the Institute on Wednesday, August 2 at 6:30 pm. Presentations to include design proposals for the New York Custom House, Penn South Mutual Redevelopment Houses, the AT&T Long Lines Building, and Roosevelt Island's Motorgate Garage.
Open Set to begin work with Julián Palacio Architecture on the development of a waterfront master plan on Shelter Island, NY.
Brian Holland joins the architecture faculty at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He will begin by teaching a graduate-level design studio called Building (un)Common Ground. The studio will examine the role architecture might play in shaping public space and waterfront ecology in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Final reviews to take place at the Institute on Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 pm. Presentations to include design proposals for the Gainsborough Studios on Central Park South, Paul Rudolph's Halston House on East 63rd Street, and Chelsea's Penn South Co-op.
Open Set begins design work on a residential addition and renovation in Columbus, Ohio.
Open Set to begin design work on a new single-family residence in the mountains above Boulder, Colorado.