LTL Architects' Nazareth House design is on display at the exhibition, Towards a New / Old Architecture, currently on view in the Main Gallery of the Susquehanna Art Museum (SAM). SAM partnered with the Pennsylvania chapter of the AIA and Chris Dawson Architect on this exhibition, which shows extensive representation of 10 projects in Pennsylvania. The exhibition will be on display until January 17, 2016.
Photo: Elizabeth Stene Photography
The LTL-designed Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia University will be one of 31 projects featured in The Center for Architecture's Archtober Building of the Day series. Join Marc Tsurumaki at noon on Monday, October 12 for a tour of the award-winning space in historic Pulitzer Hall, the home of the Columbia University School of Journalism. The design for the Brown Institute for Media Innovation creates a transformable, collaborative work environment intended to "sponsor thinking, building and speculating on how stories are discovered and told in a networked, digitized world."
On Friday October 2nd at 10am, in partnership with the Chicago Biennial, IIT College of Architecture will host two roundtable discussions in S.R. Crown Hall during which, "panels of distinct design 'voices' that are influencing the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design" will discuss their work. Paul Lewis will participate in the first roundtable entitled, "Emerging Voices," along with Dan Wood, Tatiana Bilbao, Michael Meredith, and Florian Idenburg.
On Wednesday, September 23, at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, David J. Lewis will give a lecture entitled, "Sections and Social Intensifications – The Work of LTL Architects." The lecture will be held at 5pm.
Two LTL projects have been recognized with 2015 AIA New York State Design Awards. The seven-floor renovation of The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development received a citation for Interior Design. Train Terraces, LTL's design for an intermodal transit hub in Westbury, NY, received a citation for Urban Planning and Design.
"Open House New York and the Architectural League of New York invite you to OpenStudios: Emerging Voices, an unprecedented opportunity to visit the studios of more than forty of the most inventive and exciting design practices working in the city today, organized to mark the publication of 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance." Please register and visit LTL's office.
The June issue of Metropolis published a feature on The Architectural League of New York's recent book, 30 Years of Emerging Voices. The article includes LTL Architects, along with a selection of 9 other firms representative of past Emerging Voices. LTL Architects was recognized in 2002.
Congratulations to Buro Happold on receiving an International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) Award for the Brown Institute for Media Innovation. The LTL-designed project at Columbia University’s School of Journalism is one of only 15 from around the world to win this prestigious award.
LTL Architects' renovation of seven contiguous floors of the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development is featured in the March issue of Interior Design. In addition to providing a cohesive identity for three of the Steinhardt School's core programs, the project also addresses the shifting programmatic needs of a major academic organization and provides infrastructural upgrades for three aging buildings to meet LEED Gold standards. Read the article here.
On Monday, March 23rd, Marc Tsurumaki will give a lecture at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, as part of NJIT's College of Architecture and Design Lecture Series. The lecture will be free and open to the public.
Paul Lewis will give a lecture about LTL at the Lebanese American University School of Architecture and Design at 211 E. 46th Street, NYC. Wednesday March 18, 2015. 6PM.
LTL Architects' design for the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation won a Merit Award from AIA New York, announced Monday, March 9th. Located in Pulitzer Hall, the Institute serves as an incubator for new platforms of digital journalism, creating a new space for engagement, collaboration and discourse.
AFTERTASTE, The internationally renowned symposium on Interior Design at Parsons, asks in its 9th edition, "How can we promote and develop imaginations that can envision and create interiors for an unknown future, rather than being beholden to the past? How can we cultivate the unknown in a culture increasingly defined by big data and digital devices of distraction?" David J. Lewis will serve as interlocutor, engaging colleagues in an animated exploration and discussion on imagination. The symposium is organized by Jonsara Ruth, Catherine Murphy and Elizabeth Parker. Click below for more information.
LTL's design for the Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia University acts as an incubator for the technological transformation of journalism. Metropolis Magazine describes how the media research lab is part of a dramatic rethinking of journalism education. Read the full write-up here. For more on the Brown Institute, visit their website.
The drawings for LTL's book on section are almost finished. The book is forthcoming from Princeton Architectural Press (PAP).
The Long Island Index 2015 Report by HR&A Advisors presents the economic implications of Long Island-wide initiatives that could address some of the region’s most intractable issues. In the report, HR&A cites LTL's design, Train Terraces, as a new model for dense, mixed-use development in Long Island downtowns. Train Terraces was originally generated as part of the Build a Better Burb: ParkingPLUS design challenge, and is presented here as a prototype for development across Long Island. The design proposes programmatic densification around the Long Island Rail Road, taking the form of an intermodal transit hub integrated with public, commercial, technological, and residential spaces.
The Structures of Coastal Resilience (SCR) website and The Amphibious Suburb project page are now live, and LTL's Amphibious Suburbs project was featured on the cover of Discovery: Research at Princeton. SCR is supported by The Rockefeller Foundation to develop innovative designs for coastal flood resilience. LTL's proposal can be found at The Amphibious Suburb project page, and the whole SCR project is presented in detail at structuresofcoastalresilience.org.
For more information on the interdisciplinary design and research team, read "Resilient Shores," published in Princeton University's research magazine, Discovery.
LTL Architects will present "The Amphibious Suburb: Atlantic City, NJ" on Tuesday, November 25, 5:30 – 8:00 PM at AIANY Center for Architecture in a conference about the work of Structures of Coastal Resilience (SCR). The Amphibious Suburb is one of four SCR design projects supported by The Rockefeller Foundation to address rising sea levels in coastal cities.
See this article for more information about the project, and click below for more details about the presentation.
David J. Lewis will moderate a discussion today between architects, designers and scholars, in a symposium exploring the dynamic potential of environments in which both natural and artificial forms of light activate interior space. Speakers include Jeffrey Schnapp of Harvard's metaLAB, Adam Yarinsky of Architecture Research Office, and Kevin Dowling of 4moms designers. The discussion will be held from 4:30 to 7:30 at Wollman Hall, 65 W 11th Street, NYC.