BridgePark ‘what if?’ at 1708 gallery 10x10 exhibit

August 4th, 2015: Richmond, VA

For the following week, What if? will conjure the imagination of visitors to 1708 and ask for their visions in a fully immersive environment of videos images and the large scale model. To read more about 1708's 10x10 exhibition follow this link For more about the BridgePark project follow this link

Dorian Wood to Perform at ‘Open Laboratories’

July 28th, 2015: Hollywood, CA

Actiasdeathpalace III by Dorian Wood As part of the Institute at WUHO's summer 'Open Laboratories' program, Dorian Wood will perform 'Actiasdeathpalace III' on Friday 31st July from 8-11pm. Peter Culley and Rossen Ventzislavov are curating the event which is billed as follows: Struck by the presence of three deceased Lunar Moths at the...

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Peter Culley and Berenika Boberska present ‘Poetics of Sprawl’ Paper at Changing Cities II, Greece

June 26th, 2015: Porto Heli

Corporate Castles of Mythical Burbank Photo by Berenika Boberska As part of the international conference on the future of cities, Peter Culley and Berenika Boberska presented their ideas for a future Los Angeles urban typology: the Hinterlands are now embraced in a new poetic light, a fertile plain to host colonies of the new walled...

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BridgePark featured on NBC12

June 18th, 2015: Richmond, VA

NBC12 features BridgePark at Storefront for Community Design for the full coverage, click here

Peter Culley presents Richmond BridgePark concepts at Storefront for Community Design

June 10th, 2015: Richmond, VA

Image by Scott Elmquist, Style Weekly As part of the National ACD neighbors-themed Conference, Peter Culley presented the thinking behind the Richmond BridgePark ideas study along with RBP president, Ted Elmore, and other members of the Spatial Affairs team. The event was featured by Ed Slipek in the June 16 edition of Style Weekly -...

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Spatial Affairs’ Metropolitan Museum Guard Booth featured in A+D magazine

April 25th, 2015: Stuttgart

"Not craving attention, but nevertheless self-assured": German publication Architecture + Detail features the South Guard Booth, part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's David H. Koch Plaza Redesign, in its No 44 'Building with Fibre Cement' issue. The article states: "the absence of visible fixings and the tight and precise details at...

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Peter Culley photos in Mayor Garcetti’s new sustainability pLAn

April 8th, 2015: Los Angeles

The first ever Los Angeles Mayor's sustainability plan has been launched today and we're pleased to be a small part with some of Peter Culley's images included. From the press release: 'The pLAn lays out ambitious short (by 2017) and long term (by 2025 and 2035) targets in 14 categories related to our environment, our economy, and equity...

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Final Piece of the Plaza

February 4th, 2015: New York City

Today the bronze clad north guard booth landed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It marks the last component of the Olin-lead David H. Koch Plaza project which opened to the public in September 2014. Spatial Affairs Bureau provided architecture and site furnishings including two new utility buildings, as well as custom benches and...

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Spatial Receives Round Hill Pavilions Honor Award for Excellence in Contextual Design

November 7th, 2014: Richmond, VA

'This is a marvelous project!' – Helene Combs Dreiling, National President AIA 2014. Today, at a ceremony at Richmond's historic Jefferson Hotel, Stacey accepted our award for the Round Hill Project. The jury stated that the project "reflects the agrarian sensibility and arrangement of a family farm without resorting to pastiche." In...

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Venice Beach House starts on site

September 25th, 2014: Venice CA

Our house for ad executive Nick Barham starts in earnest after today receiving our LADBS permit. Watch this space for a transformation of this 1930's rabbit warren of a bungalow into beach-cabin chic. For more details on the project please follow this link

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