This Cambridge residence features a rich spatial experience animated by views to the landscape while still offering privacy on a narrow lot within a densely settled neighborhood. The house’s three levels are organized around a central, millwork clad core and stair, while triangular openings and lightwells gather light into the space. Scheduled completion Fall 2018.Read More
Kyu Sung Woo Architects is happy to announce Seth Hoffman's promotion to Associate. Congratulations, Seth!Read More
First phase of AVA Northpoint II opens! The 262,310 sf mixed-use building houses 265 residential units along with retail and amenity spaces, located adjacent to the Lechmere MBTA station.Read More
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have awarded over 130 new buildings, commercial and institutional developments, landscape architecture, and urban planning projects from 43 nations for The International Architecture Awards for 2016, including the Asia Culture Center.
The highly anticipated Kansas Focus Gallery at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art will open on Feb. 4, 2016. The new first-floor gallery was spearheaded by Leawood, Kansas art collector and major museum donor Mary Davidson, who generously offered to fund the creation of a gallery devoted to artists associated with Kansas. In addition to Davidson’s gift of almost 200 works of art from her and her late husband’s personal collection, the Barton P. and Mary D. Cohen Charitable Trust worked to renovate and financially equip the Nerman Museum to acquire works by Kansas-associated artists for the museum’s permanent collection. The first exhibition in the new Kansas Focus Gallery will feature six large-scale photographs by artist Lori Nix, complemented by Kansas-associated artist exhibitions in the Museum’s McCaffree Gallery and mezzanine.
“Thanks to museum architect Kyu Sung Woo and patron Mary Davidson, this gallery has emerged as one of the most extraordinary and beautiful spaces in the Museum.” Bruce Hartman, Nerman Museum Executive DirectorRead More