We’re honored to announce that FreelandBuck has been selected as one of five finalists for MoMA PS1’s 2018 Young Architects Program. Read more about it here!
Second House wins a Next LA Award
Second House received a citation award in the Next LA category at the AIA Los Angeles Design Awards. Thanks to the AIA LA and the jury, Alvin Huang, Julia Koerner, and Mark Foster Gage for the honor. Click here to read the full press release from the AIA.
Parallax Gap featured on WETA Arts
WETA Arts, the DC area PBS station, featured Parallax Gap on today’s episode of WETA Around Town! Tune in here to watch a lovely discussion from their local arts team.
Stack House Progress Update
A streetside view of progress at Stack House in Mt. Washington as framing comes to completion. Windows and Hardie Board siding to follow!
FreelandBuck featured in ARCHITECT’s Next Progressives
ARCHITECT Magazine featured us in their latest edition of “Next Progressives.” Click through here to read about our firm’s history and recent projects!
David featured in Archinect’s “Next Up” Series Arroyo Seco Weekend Edition
Listen to David’s interview in Archinect’s “Next Up: Arroyo Seco Weekend” Mini-Sessions, which also included Mimi Zeiger, Alan Loomis, Ali Jeevanjee & Poonam Sharma (LOC Architects), Jimenez Lai, Alex Dahm, Benjamin Ball, and Sarah Lorenzen & Peter Tolkin!
Parallax Gap open at the Smithonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery through Feb 2018
Parallax Gap fabrication underway with Fabric Images. Mocking up the CNC cut and printed panels on frames in the factory before shipping to the Smithsonian American Art Museum‘s Renwick Gallery in DC, where Sapsis Rigging, Inc. is setting up for install. Click here for more photos and updates on our Facebook page!
New Stack Installation Video
Just came across this nice animation of our Stack Installation at WUHO gallery from 2011. The installation was part of the Mockups exhibition curated by David Freeland and included Jennifer Bonner, Kelly Bair, Marcel Sanchez, John Southern, Maxi Spina, Jason King, and Chris Puzio as well as FreelandBuck’s Stack mockup. Mario Carpo contributed a great text “On Physical Mockups in the Age of Digital Reproducibility” for the catalog. Thanks to Ken Mishima who created the video and was instrumental in the installation.