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Thom Mayne's Combinatory Urbanism: The Complex Behavior of Collective Form explores new directions and approaches to urban planning and design.
June 5, 2006 Thom Mayne awarded Cooper Hewitt National Design Award
The facades+ PERFORMANCE conference will bring together experts in the industry to analyze, discuss, and dispute the development, implementation, and maintenance of high-performance building enclosures.
Morphosis Architects Donate Zumtobel Group Award to Global Green USA. Award for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment for recently completed United States Federal Building in San Francisco. Global Green USA to Use Funds to Continue Their Work to Raise Public Awareness of the Importance o…
The Facades+ Conference is presented by The Architect’s Newspaper in collaboration with Enclos. This conference is the fifth event in an ongoing series of conferences that have unfolded in cities across the nation, including New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago.
Fast Company, a business magazine dedicate to innovative design and practices, names Thom Mayne as #15 on their list of the 100 most creative people in business. The article is available in their June 2009 issue.
NEW YORK PREMIERE! Thom Mayne: U.S. Federal Office Building in San Francisco, a film by the Checkerboard Film Foundation as part of their Landmarks in 21st Century Architecture, will premiere Thursday, March 5th at the Center for Architecture. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Thom cond…
Morphosis work can be seen in this exhibition inspired by New York City’s Active Design Guidelines and the annual Fit City conference. FitNation presents design, policy, and grassroots strategies to promote physical activity as part of daily life.
Morphosis has completed the first floating house permitted in the United States for Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation in New Orleans designed and built by Morphosis and UCLA Architecture and Urban Design graduate students.The FLOAT House is a new model for flood-safe, affordable and sustainable housing…