Publication

Creative Capital

BRINGING JOY TO A SMALL OFFICE IN LOWER MANHATTAN

viaARCHITECTURE

(A) Creative Capital's new Manhattan offices, designed by viaARCHITECTURE (Thomas Allen)

There are good clients and then there are good clients with great projects. They don’t always go together, but when they do, the result can be inspiring architecture and design. viaARCHITECTURE, the New York City firm led by Frederick Biehle and Erika Hinrichs, found both when they were commissioned to design the New York offices for Creative Capital.

October 2018

Brooklyn/Rome

Episodic Urbanisms, the publication on the pedagogy and work of the Pratt Institute Rome Program, a program for the past 8 years directed by departmental Chair Erika Hinrichs, and for the previous 20 years coordinated by Frederick Biehle, will be released as a part of the festivities to mark the 40th anniversary of the program at the Palazzo Doria Pamfilj in Rome. Essays by Ryszard Sliwka, Jeffrey Hogrefe, Frederick Biehle and an introduction by Erika Hinrichs.

New York City

Frederick Biehle and viaARCHITECTURE were credited in the New York Times article “What I Love”. Julie Morgenstein, an organization guru and consultant, offered a testament for thinking (and buying) small, how her apartmenthad been renovated to “seem larger than it actually is”.viaARCHITECTURE’s approach- Porosity, Materiality, Interiority – fit perfectly in resolving the client’s needs.

http://nyti.ms/1TjyNSS

New York City

THE ARCHITECTS NEWSPAPER“A Big Interesting Mess”

Jayne Merkel on the Pratt/IPA Housing Symposium An inventory of What’s Possible

www.archpaper.com/news/articles.asp?id=8102

 

Attendants listening to Richard Plunz, author of A History of Housing in New York City

Attendants listening to Richard Plunz, author of A History of Housing in New York City