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Hans Jumps the Pond

News—————7 April 2015

Long-time Studio Twenty Seven All-Star Hans Kuhn is heading back to his native Germany this Spring. Hans’ thoughtful yet playful designs have helped build Studio Twenty Seven’s aesthetic for the better part of the past decade. His creativity, talent, dedication, and sense of humor will be missed by everyone. Since announcing his departure there has been a steady stream of colleagues hovering about his desk trying to learn the digital tricks of how he makes his renders so witty and lifelike. Hans has promised long-distance consultations, and hopefully assistance with an obscure LightRay or Photoshop question!

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Studio 27 Celebrates Philip’s Academy Charter School of Paterson, NJ Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

9 July 2024

Studio 27 is thrilled to announce we’ve reached the finish line on the transformation of a vacant manufacturing site into a progressive new K-8 campus. On June 5, 2024, Philip’s Academy Charter

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Breathing New Life into History: Renovation Solutions for Historic Buildings

3 June 2024

Preserving historic buildings offers architects and designers a rich tapestry of challenges and opportunities that set it apart from other project typologies. Historic preservation holds profound

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AI: A Tool in the Future of Design

16 May 2024

Architecture must keep up with the latest technological advances as an industry to create better, more efficient designs. The recent development of artificial intelligence (AI) can be

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Beyond Aesthetics: The Functional Role of Color in Architecture

10 May 2024

The use of color in architecture is not only about aesthetics but also function. The right choice and coordination of colors can significantly enhance a building's appeal and beauty, making it more

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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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