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Studio Twenty Seven gets some airtime in new David Adjaye book

Press—————7 September 2012

Noted British architect David Adjaye – designed of the National Museum of African American History and Culture now going up on the National Mall – has a number of books devoted to his work. The latest, David Adjaye. Authoring: re-placing art and architecture examines Mr. Adjaye’s architectural oeuvre in the context of his frequent collaborations with artists. Mr. Adjaye led a series of studios at the Princeton University School of Architecture that explored the shared territory of art and architecture. Studio Twenty Seven associate Craig Cook’s work in this studio is one of a number of student projects featured in the book, published by Lars Muller this summer.

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Studio 27 celebrates source water protection at nearly completed Beaverdam Reservoir Park

12 April 2024

This innovative park is designed to celebrate source water protection. The buildings and landscape work together to highlight the flow of rainwater into the reservoir. The Goose Creek

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