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Philadelphia Inquirer Features Germantown Academy Library and Learning Commons

The Philadelphia Inquirer Features Germantown Academy Library and Learning Commons The new Library and Learning Commons at Germantown Academy was featured in a front-page story in The Philadelphia Inquirer. The article, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Kristen A. Graham, highlights the student input that was a central part of [...]

NYC Parks to Break Ground on Calvert Vaux Comfort Station

NYC Parks to Break Ground on Calvert Vaux Comfort Station At Calvert Vaux Park, a public waterfront in Brooklyn, NYC Parks has initiated construction on a new park facility and comfort station designed by 1100 Architect. NYC Parks has set a projected completion date of April 2021. The design [...]

NYC Parks Selects 1100 Architect for Modular Design Project

NYC Parks Selects 1100 Architect for Modular Design Project With an eye toward construction efficiency, the City of New York is turning to pilot projects that make use of modular design. As part of that effort, NYC Parks commissioned 1100 Architect to develop a modular design solution for a [...]

Germantown Academy Opens Lower School Library and Learning Commons

Germantown Academy Opens Lower School Library and Learning Commons On October 22, Germantown Academy hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new 1100 Architect-designed Lower School Library and Learning Commons. This new learning environment combines traditional library features, such as book collections and areas for browsing, studying, and researching, along [...]

Dezeen Features House in Amagansett

Dezeen Features House in Amagansett Our latest residential project—the House in Amagansett—was featured in Dezeen. For this project, we renovated and expanded a 1970s dune cottage, creating a contemporary residential environment based on the DNA of the original cottage. The article, written by Jenna McKnight, cites the improved energy [...]

Juergen Riehm Co-Chairs Facades+ Conference in New York

Juergen Riehm Co-Chairs Facades+ Conference in New York Juergen Riehm, FAIA, BDA, co-chaired the New York Facades+ Conference this April, convening a full-day program that addressed different aspects of high-performance enclosures, including Net Zero architecture, performance retrofits of historic buildings, and facades for university campuses. Speakers included Toshiko Mori, [...]

Koenigsblick Kindergarten Featured on DETAIL

Koenigsblick Kindergarten Featured on DETAIL The Koenigsblick Kindergarten was featured in an online presentation by DETAIL magazine. Citing the project’s “energy efficiency and close connection between interior and exterior spaces,” the article, “Catching the Sun,” documents the project’s ambitious energy performance. Recently built in Frankfurt’s Riedberg district, the kindergarten [...]

New Los Angeles Workspace Featured in Metropolis

New Los Angeles Workspace Featured in Metropolis Our design for the new Los Angeles workspace of Brand New School, a media company, was featured in the January/February 2019 issue of Metropolis. Calling it “one of the city’s more creative renovations,” the article traces the building’s history as a mid-century [...]

1100 Architect Discusses Darmstadt Stadium Progress with Lilien INSIDE

1100 Architect Discusses Darmstadt Stadium Progress with Lilien INSIDE As construction moves forward on the new SV Darmstadt 98 stadium, representatives from Lilien INSIDE TV visited 1100 Architect’s Frankfurt office to discuss the project. Lilien INSIDE, a local TV channel that reports about Darmstadt’s soccer team, interviewed firm principal [...]

Wallpaper* Covers 1100 Architect’s Latest Project in Los Angeles

Wallpaper* Covers 1100 Architect’s Latest Project in Los Angeles The new Los Angeles workspace for media company Brand New School was covered by Wallpaper* in January 2019. Calling it a “forward-looking modern office,” the article traces the original building’s history, beginning in the 1950s as a studio for modernist [...]