A running joke at A+I is we’ve been “overthinking since 1996,” the year of our founding. It’s true: we’re passionate that the best ideas come about through intense inquiry and examination, and we apply this fervor to all aspects of creation, production, and publication. Whether it’s an event that we host, an excellently curated playlist, or a white paper on the neurological effects of a body in motion, this approach pervades everything we see, hear, taste, smell, and touch. Read about some of the latest news, events, and fun below.
A+I Principal Kate Thatcher recently joined an all star panel of designers and theorists to unpack where the future of the office will land in a sometimes-nomadic age of digital freedom.
Our reinvention of three lobbies (and a few rooftops) in Manhattan’s Hudson Square recently attracted the attention of Commercial Observer:
The design publication included AltSchool in its roundup of innovative educational spaces.
The annual awards recognize excellence in development within the NYC region.
Our work was recently featured in the latest book that centers our focus on the design we do for children.
IIDA Perspective recently spoke with Eliane Maillot and Peter Knutson about how architects and designers can work within an existing, historical building to create something modern and magic.
Recognition highlights the property’s ability to support the physical, mental, and social health of its occupants.
The 400,000-square-foot facility is celebrated for its potential for job growth and intention to connect corporate and factory workers in a shared space.
Good Design is Good Business is an annual awards program recognizing architectural solutions that were instrumental to the client’s growth and success.
The properties imbue hospitality within a reimagined entry experience, reflecting the changing nature of work in people’s lives and demonstrating how buildings must adapt to accommodate this shift.
The IIDA NY recently presented a panel discussion and forum at AltSchool.
The 13,000 SF workplace is the largest A+I has taken in its 23-year history, accommodating its growing suite of architecture and design services.