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2015

2015

Tim Power Speaks at Singapore Design Week

Tim Power Speaks at Singapore Design Week

Singapore Design Week On March 14th, 2014, Tim Power spoke on Design, Interiors, Architecture, and Territory. Tim was invited by Singaplural, the official event organizer, and the Singapore Furniture Industries Council. Following the hour long lecture (other invited lecturers where David Carlson and Claudio Colucci), the three international guests fielded an array of questions on Design in...
Maria del Camino - Bruce Tomb

Maria del Camino – Bruce Tomb

Maria del Camino With his project ‘Maria del Camino’, Architect Bruce Tomb furthers his research and personal love affair with all things American. In Bruce’s own words, ‘Maria del Camino is a love poem to the automobile and her demise. This is a project acknowledging our relationship to the car as a tool: a social activator,...
2013

2013

Louis Kahn _ Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island

Louis Kahn _ Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island

Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island  Public Space is as varied as the Public Body. Public Space can be spontaneous, eclectic, naturalistic, formal, ordered. Public Space can be monumental …  On occasion, Public Space can be Metaphysical. This October 24th, on Roosevelt Island in New York City, the Four Freedoms Park dedicated to the memory...
WorkPlace 3.0

WorkPlace 3.0

The WorkPlace 3.0 Current Office Environments in San Franciscos’ Silicon Valley The WorkPlace Environment, where the majority of adults pass more than half of our wakening lives, is undergoing a new wave of notable transformations.  Notable not due to a massive sea change, but primarily, for where these changes are happening.  These new transformative shifts...
2012

2012

'No More Play'

‘No More Play’

The work of TP/A … our work … concurrent to our research and design, explores the ability of Architecture, Objects, Services, Landscape Design, etc. to ‘create place’, or defined in better terms, to help us locate ourselves in the places we are creating and to make them exciting venues of continuity and discovery. For us,...
Wilderness Downtown

Wilderness Downtown

The Wilderness Downtown Our research often leads us to question place, continuity and change … This little video does so as well. Although it has been out for a long time now, we post a link to this rather sublime experiment by Chris Milk and the Google Chrome Experiment group. Click on the link and enter...
The City – Our Greatest Invention

The City – Our Greatest Invention

The City – Our Greatest Invention From The Public Bike Blog – originally posted by Rob Forbes find it here:  http://blog.publicbikes.com/2011/05/the-city-–-our-greatest-invention/     Ideally our cities become exciting, sexy, and profitable places to live, play, and work – that’s the most important part. When people have no investment in the places they play or work...
Transient Places, Interstitial Space - an Interview with Moby

Transient Places, Interstitial Space – an Interview with Moby

A new Book by Moby, know best as a musician, exposes his sensibility to territory and the transient relationships between us and the places we inhabit. The original story can be found here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kisa-lala/moby-pictures-space_b_862454.html Moby photographed in his studio by Justin Hollar Moby – Destroyed, London actually, maybe it’s switzerland. or paris. i don’t actually...
Milan Design Run 2011 _ Bodies in Space

Milan Design Run 2011 _ Bodies in Space

Bodies in Space With this sub-title, ‘Bodies in Space’, one may indeed expect the lead in picture to segue into a dissertation on ‘New Situationalism’, of a renewed interest in Body Art and Happenings, of Flash Mobs, or of any number of other contemporary movements aiming at ‘Taking Back the Streets’, with or without an...