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
Click here to view the listing.
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.
Dezeen takes a look back at MINI Living Urban Cabin
Dezeen has published a video documenting the MINI Living Urban Cabin, along with an interview with David Freeland and MINI Living’s designers Oke Hauser and Corinna Natter. The Urban Cabin installation took place at The Row DTLA for the annual Los Angeles Design Festival. For more on the project, click here.
PS1 Young Architects Program Finalists Exhibition Opens at MoMA
In conjunction with the opening of MoMA PS1’s Summer Warm Up Series, the Museum of Modern Art has opened an exhibition of the finalist projects for the 2018 PS1 Young Architects Program at their main location. The model of “Out of Picture” will be on view until September 3 alongside proposals by BairBalliet, Dream the Combine, LeCavalier R+D, and OFICINAA. To read more about the exhibition and proposals, click here.
MINI LIVING Urban Cabin featured in the Los Angeles Times
Our Urban Cabin collaboration with MINI LIVING has been featured in the Los Angeles Times today. Click here to read more about the design ethos driving MINI’s microliving concept and what FreelandBuck brought to the global initiative.
David Freeland to speak at AIA Virginia Design Forum XIII
David Freeland will be speaking at the upcoming AIA Virginia Design Forum this weekend alongside Eric Howeler, Doris Kim Sung, Nathan King, and Refik Anadol. This year’s edition, BLUR, explores the boundaries and relationships between art, architecture, and technology.
Exhibition at UVA opens Friday
The University of Virginia School of Architecture is hosting an exhibition featuring Parallax Gap, our recently concluded installation at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC. Join us at the opening reception this Friday evening for a conversation with David Freeland about the project.
MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program
MoMA has officially announced the winner of the 2018 PS1 Young Architects Program. Congratulations to Jennifer Newsom and Tom Carruthers of Dream The Combine on their exciting project. We’re also excited to finally share our finalist proposal, Out of the Picture. To read more about the Young Architects Program, click here.
“Objective Perspective” Drawings at Yale Architecture
Our “Objective Perpsective” drawings are now on view at Yale School of Architecture as part of The Drawing Show, curated by Dora Epstein Jones and originally showcased at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles, CA.
Parallax Gap comes down
After a seven-month run, we’re sad to say that Parallax Gap has finally been de-installed from the Renwick Gallery. Thank you everyone who made the trip to see it. More on its next destination soon…