FreelandBuck lecture at Syracuse University tonight
David Freeland and Brennan Buck are lecturing at Syracuse University School of Architecture tonight at 5:15. Come out to hear about some of the practice’s recent work. In addition to joining Syracuse’s lecture series, David and Brennan are co-teaching the school’s Visiting Critic Studio this spring semester.
Second House completed
We’re pleased to announce that Second House is finally complete! Click here to learn more about the project.
David Freeland in conversation for Architecture 101
Join us alongside some of our friends and colleagues on Thursday evening at the Ace Hotel DTLA for a conversation on drawing as part of THIS X THAT’s Architecture 101 series.
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Stack House featured in Architect’s Newspaper
Stack House has recently been featured alongside Urban Operations and Workplays Studio in The Architect’s Newspaper for a profile on LA-based architect-developers, detailing our work in a development partnership with Urbanite Homes. Click here to read more.
Parallax Gap Wins Honor Award at 2018 AIALA Design Awards
Parallax Gap has won the Honor Award at this year’s AIA|LA Design Award ceremony. The Honor Award is the highest distinction given by the AIA|LA to a single design project. Thank you to the awards jury and congratulations to all our fellow recipients.
‘Objective Perspective’ Published in Project Issue 7
David Freeland and Brennan Buck’s essay “Objective Perspective” has just been published in Project‘s Issue 7. Click here to learn more.
Possible Mediums Book Launch
Edited by Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure and Kyle Miller, Possible Mediums has just been published by Actar Books. A diverse collection of architectural positions, the book includes an essay by David Freeland and Brennan Buck as well as some selected works from FreelandBuck.
David to speak at AIA WMR’s HERE+NOW Conference
David is presenting our work at the AIA Western Mountain Region Conference today as part of the Hands-on Fabrication panel today, as well as a dinner conversation for Dining by Design hosted by Anello. Click through here to see the full event roster.
Stack House is now on the market
FreelandBuck has designed and developed their first spec home. Stack House is notched into a hillside in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles. Comprised of a loose stack of boxes this vertical house uses subtle rotation and shifting of each room to create outdoor spaces. With each offset the adjacent roof becomes a balcony, expanding interior spaces to the exterior at every floor to gain unique and unobstructed views to the San Gabriel mountains.
StackHouseLA was developed in collaboration with Urbanite Homes.
Photography by Eric Staudenmaier
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FreelandBuck’s vision of L.A.’s future in Flaunt Magazine
Flaunt Magazine invited Los Angeles-based three architecture firms, FreelandBuck, MILLIONS, and Rios Clementi Hale Studios, to create a vision for the city’s future. Click here to read more about our concept proposal of an ADU-filled city that responds to increasing demands for density and dwelling in LA.