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wHY interviewed for mixed-use development in Detroit

The 4.32-acre triangle-shaped parcel is located along the Dequindre Cut and just minutes from Downtown…

Paristown Pointe Arts Hub Commences Construction in Louisville

The mixed-use project will include wHY’s first performance venue, a 28,000 sq. ft. flexible space designed…

Christie’s to Open a Multipurpose Masterpiece in Beverly Hills

Brook Hazelton, president of the Americas for Christie’s, notes that “there was a natural affinity toward…

Los Angeles Times reports on the eagerly-anticipated Marciano Art Foundation

Los Angeles’ ever-expanding museum landscape spreads a little farther come spring with the opening of…

Speed Art Museum among WIRED’s 25 Masterpieces of 2016

wHY’s redesign of Kentucky’s oldest art museum consists of what the firm calls acupuncture architecture—a…

Cultured Magazine Reports on the new Gagosian Gallery

“I design spaces for art with similar considerations, whether the work is sold or not….

Phuket House Tops Out

Located on Cape Yamu, near the newly opened COMO Hotel, the 8,000-square-foot Phuket House is…

art4d features Speed Art Museum on the cover of issue no. 236

Created in 1995, art4d is an international architecture, art and design magazine based in Bangkok,…

SKY LANDING by Yoko Ono Opening in October 2016

One year ago today, on June 12, 2015 at, Yoko Ono, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Project…

LATVIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART DESIGN COMPETITION: CONCEPTS SHOWCASED IN ONLINE GALLERY

The jury commented that wHY’s design proposal “The jury felt that your design proposal had…

Travel + Leisure features Speed Art Museum in ‘World’s Most Beautiful New Museums’

Speed Art Museum, which opened in March, is featured alongside Faena Forum in Miami, Museum…

Phoenix Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan

Grounds Workshop Leader Mark Thomann, Creative Director Kulapat Yantrasast and Project 120 Chicago Founder  Robert…

SAMURAI receives a Core 77 Professional Notable Award in the Built Environment category

wHY worked with curatorial staff to use the concept of a procession as a curatorial…

The Hyde Park Herald on our collaboration with Yoko Ono

“Basically it’s a landscape,” said Project 120 architect Kulapat Yantrasast, who was wearing a shirt…

Christie’s on our work at the Harvard Art Museums

Christie’s, the world’s largest fine arts auction house, reveals our design process and thinking through…