One of our most popular columns is Studio Visit. That’s where an editor or freelancer visits an architectural practice and then writes about the way that practice goes about its business and describes four or five of its recent projects. In 2013 we visited Richard Meier & Partners Architects and a lot of other firms whose names might not be quite as well known.
New York firm interested in the intersection of modern architecture and changing nature of cities.
Checking in with an important voice in New York’s architecture scene since 1976.
Celebrating 50 years of architectural practice, Richard Meier looks to build the future.
San Francisco-based firm uses simple forms and materials to create dynamic mixed-use projects.
New York architects employ bold colors to animate space and form.
New York-based firm crafts sleek residences and impactful urban spaces.
New York-based firm employs a business-centric approach to design.
Chicago-based landscape architects knit together infrastructure and public space.
Dallas architect looks to nature for inspiration in his designs.