Urban Design
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Bodø Cultural Center
Delano Village
Baruch College
Harlem Mediatech
Clinton Green
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem
Hamilton Development
Conduction Space
Science Museum of Unicamp
White House Redux
Andes Artist Community
ETH Zürich Dormitory
Brooklyn Prospect Charter School
University Avenue Residences
Lafayette Yards
Stonehenge Park Residences
Cleveland Circle
Delroy Lindo Residence
Harlem Visitors Center
Venice Museum Bridge
Stockholm City Library Extension
One Avenue Of The Americas
Prince Plaza
Queens Museum Of Art
419 East 6 Street
Jazz at Lincoln Center
G TECTS Office 6
Creekside Village Residences
Dharma Punx Temple
Joe's Jeans
The Museum for African Art
Issey Miyake Madison
G TECTS Office 4
Brooklyn Arena Sales Center
Levin Residence
Helma Institute School
LaGuardia Design Incubator
Brush Spa
475 Ninth Avenue Lobby
G TECTS Office 3
G TECTS Office 2
Hereditary Disease Foundation
Issey Miyake Tribeca
DNA Studio
Food @ Equinox
G TECTS Office 1
Nowhere Ever After
Electronic Curtain Wall Prototype
Storefront Installation
Ayataka Graphics
Home Broadcast Window
J. Max Bond Center
StoreFront Exhibition
Home Land
G TECTS Identity 3
Vantage Properties Branding
The Dollhouse
G TECTS Identity 2
Nintendo Playroom
Studio Museum Exhibition
Entry Installation
Home Entertainment – Home Broadcast
G TECTS Identity 1
Gordon Kipping

The Bridge Foundation golf space for young boys in Harlem is nearing completion.  Three golf simulators and an overscaled putting green will act as a medium to tutor and mentor the boys...

We have been selected by the New York City Department of Design and Construction as a part of their Design Excellence program for a three year requirements contract.  Interesting work to come...

Gordon Kipping and his students at GSAPP at Columbia University have concluded Les Tubes studio with success.  Pictured here is the building system diagram by star student Ying Chen.

We have started design work in collaboration with the French interior designer Jules Mesny-Deschamps for a 6,000 square foot photography studio for the renowned photographer Kanji Ishii.