LTL Architects is thrilled to have been selected as the winning firm for the Telluride Transfer Warehouse Design Competition; a new center for the arts in historic Telluride, Colorado. Article in Telluride Daily Planet.
We enjoyed presenting our competition design proposal to the public in Telluride on Tuesday May 30, alongside entries by Gluckman-Tang and NADAAA. The arts and cultural center is to inhabit the historic stone walls of the Telluride Transfer Warehouse.
The renovation of the Bronx Council on the Arts designed by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis is scheduled to complete this fall. The images show progress on the exterior façade and the bleacher seating in the proposed flex space.
The Manual of Section Exhibition opened at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles on Saturday, after a lecture by Paul Lewis. Paul also spoke at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo on Friday.
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis has been selected as one of three finalists out of thirty firms to participate in the design competition for the adaptive reuse of the historic Telluride Transfer Warehouse. The building in the heart of the Telluride Arts District will be transformed into a multi-use exhibition center to serve the city’s growing arts community.
Concept designs will be presented on the 30th of May. Click here for the Press Release.
David J. Lewis will lecture at Hammons School of Architecture at Drury University tomorrow at 3 PM.
The Manual of Section Exhibition is traveling to Los Angeles, opening at the Architecture + Design Museum on April 8th. Paul will be giving lectures at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo on April 7th, and at the Architecture + Design Museum on April 8th.
LTL Architects' design for the new headquarters for the Bronx Council on the Arts is under construction with completion expected in the Fall of 2017.
This project is implemented as part of the NYC DDC Design and Construction Excellence.
Paul has been elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, “An honor awarded to those who have made contributions
of national significance to the profession.” 2017 New Fellows Reception at The Center for Architecture, Monday March 13, 2017 6pm-8pm.
Terracotta skin nearing completion. New public stair cut into the concrete slab. The 160,000 SF complete building renovation for the College of Engineering is designed to be the most energy efficient building on the campus of Cornell University, scheduled to be completed this fall. This project is a collaboration between LTL Architects, Perkins+Will and Thornton Tomasetti.
I'll be giving a lecture at 6pm at Ryerson School of Interior Design on Thursday, March 2nd at 6pm, in room SID 318. Looking forward to seeing friends and colleagues in Toronto.
A limited edition of Manual of Section Coloring Book is now available through LTL's Website. 30 single-sided pages of section drawing line work excerpted from Manual of Section (Princeton Architectural Press 2016) formatted for coloring. $30 including shipping.
David J. Lewis will speak at Hammons School of Architecture at Drury University on February 10th, and at Parsons on February 14th.
LTL's renovation of The ContemporAry Austin-Jones Center has opened. The transformation of the museum includes a new 6,500 sq ft canopy floating 22 ft above the entire rooftop with ephemeral curtains able to envelope the space. Newly named The Moody Rooftop, this prominent downtown cultural destination integrates the 7' high letters of artist Jim Hodge's installation "With Liberty and Justice for All (A work in Progress)." Within the building, the gallery spaces have been expanded and upgraded to allow for larger and more complex exhibitions.