Without a doubt, the best thing we’ve built in our 23 years is the community of talented designers who collectively create A+I. Our work culture champions curiosity, creativity, and fun. Discover more about what makes us tick.
Meet the team of principals, associates, designers, strategists, and visualists that together make Architecture + Information.
Learn a bit more about what makes us tick and how you can join us in creating amazing strategy, spaces, and experiences.
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Dive into the history behind A+I and how two classmates created an award winning studio based on the shared interest between the intersections of Architecture + Information.
Take a look at the A+I office, and the story behind our move and creation to the most useful tool ever.
Three designers have been elevated to Senior Associate and one to Associate at the firm.
Check out what we are listening to with our weekly Vinyl-Check in. Something to look forward to and remember each week.
One fine Spring day, the Explorers Club headed over to The Future Perfect’s West Village show home to soak up in all its well-designed splendor.
On a recent Thursday, Robert shared information about his skateboard-meets-art not-for-profit Giving Room.
Our Explorers Club recently hit up one of Paul Rudolph’s last masterworks in NYC, the Modulightor Building.
We rotate the beer in our tap on a regular basis to teach our staff what good beer is all about. Check out what we’ve got on now-
Spikes and aces are par for the course at our weekly volleyball meetup. Got it!
Can you “après-ski” without the skiing? Our holiday party this year put that idea to the test.
We didn’t win Best in Show, but we had a heck of a lot of fun!
Every once and again, we need to step away from the computer screens that have come to represent so much of architectural practice and flex our creative muscles with pencil, charcoal, and watercolor brush in-hand.
This past season, we decided to add some kick to our step.