wHY interviewed for mixed-use development in Detroit

September 28, 2017 Buildings, Grounds, Ideas

The 4.32-acre triangle-shaped parcel is located along the Dequindre Cut and just minutes from Downtown Detroit, and presenting an opportunity for wHY's ecology of disciplines to collaborate on designing a new landmark for the city.

Metropolis Covers wHY’s final design for Asian Art Museum

September 26, 2017 Uncategorized

On September 26th, the Asian Art Museum and wHY released details about the renovation and expansion project in San Francisco's Civic Center. Read more at Metropolis Magazine.

Paristown Pointe Arts Hub Commences Construction in Louisville

September 7, 2017 Buildings

The mixed-use project will include wHY's first performance venue, a 28,000 sq. ft. flexible space designed to accommodate up to 2,000 people for diverse concerts and nontraditional performances. The district is a a collaboration between Louisville Stoneware, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and Goodwood Brewing Co. Read more at Louisville Business Journal.

Richard Demarco: New Ross Pavilion will be nodal point for festivals

August 10, 2017 Uncategorized

Excerpt from the article: "They viewed an alternative theatrical structure as a natural extension of the landscape. It will undoubtedly become a nodal point in the future programming of Edinburgh Festival concerts and events." Read more at The Herald.

Aug 9 — Kulapat @ A/D/O’s ‘Talking Tropics’ — 7-9PM

August 6, 2017 Uncategorized

A conversation between architects, editors and advocates who have worked on projects in tropical locations such as Southeast Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and beyond. RSVP here.  

Architects + Artisans on how wHY knows to learn

August 6, 2017 Uncategorized

Excerpt from the article: “We realized when we read the brief that this can’t work without addressing context and landscape and public opinion, and we took great care to do that,” says Mark Thomann, design director, grounds at wHY. “We heard it from the client and the council, and that approach to engaging local people and really letting it come out of the landscape made it the winning choice – that was our strategy going in.” Read more at Architects + Artisans.