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“To be civilized is to be urban.”

Process—————8 May 2013

This installation explores the research and design proposals in Studio Twenty Seven Architecture's recent publication Southwest: (A)Mending L'Enfant's Plan. The Studio delves into Southwest's history as a site of urban experimentation and projects a vision of its future. Redevelopment of Southwest requires thoughtful consideration of forces of change that are just becoming apparent. Our research and exploration is a process intended to encourage all stakeholders in Southwest and the District to reconsider old grand plans and question the many different visions for the future. Our propositions are not discrete objects, like the city itself they will continue to change, update, and re-frame. 

We invite you to explore our installation at Filter Coffeehouse (Foggy Bottom) and engage in our ongoing conversation about Washington, DC's urban evolution.

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New Office - Raleigh, North Carolina

2 November 2022

We are pleased to announce that we are expanding our business with a new Raleigh, North Carolina, office. To learn more about our expansion, check out more details on our website.

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We're Hiring

14 February 2022

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is hiring an Architectural Physical Model Builder. A successful applicant would demonstrate the abilities listed below and have 0-5 years of experience. 

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Creating Cutting Edge Educational Design

21 September 2021

Creating cutting edge educational design for students and educators creates opportunities for uplifting and positive environments. The possibilities to engage students in pedagogically relevant and

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Newsletter, Fall 2021

24 August 2021

Discover what's new in our Studio; Adaptive reuse project in historic Southern Building, Benning Campus construction nearing completion, DC Housing Authority Judiciary House improvements, etc.

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DC's Eckington's Alethia Tanner Park Unveils at NoMA Park

10 August 2021

Formerly a fenced-off field, this two-acre plot of land, next to the Metropolitan Branch Trail just north of the New York Avenue Bridge, is an unexpectedly quiet reprieve from the hustle and bustle

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