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Angels in the Landscape

Process—————7 January 2015

Helping Haitian Angels from Studio Twenty Seven on Vimeo. Phase I of the Kay Anj Village (KAV) in Haiti is complete! This new 40 acre sustainable village provides housing, playfields, education...Keep Reading

Maya Angelou Schools Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

News—————9 January 2015

The Board of Directors, staff of the See Forever Foundation and special guest Colin Johnson, grandson of Dr. Maya Angelou, officially opened the doors to the new Maya Angelou Public Charter High...Keep Reading

Ground Breaking for Gallaudet University Peet Hall Renovation

News—————14 January 2015

Located on the south side of campus, Peet Hall was built in 1957 and was designated as a women's residence hall until it went co-ed in 1980. As 2015 begins, the interior lining of this concrete...Keep Reading

Gallaudet University STM Renovation and Expansion

Process—————23 January 2015

Located on the third and fourth floors of the Hall Memorial Building, the Gallaudet University Science, Technology, and Mathematics programs are gaining state-of-the art laboratories and education...Keep Reading

Unfolding Guggenheim

Process—————27 January 2015

The open competition to design a new Guggenheim for Helsinki drew over 1700 entries, a new record for architectural competitions. While Studio Twenty Seven did not make the final six shortlist, we...Keep Reading

Mundo Verde Rising

Process—————2 April 2015

The students of the Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School have been getting a daily lesson in building green since the start of the 2014-2015 school year. The site surrounding their elegant...Keep Reading

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...Keep Reading

Separated by Light

Process—————15 April 2015

Last year, Gallaudet University asked Studio Twenty Seven Architecture to propose a solution to an unexpected problem. Deaf language and culture are, above all, visual; and normally at Gallaudet we...Keep Reading

Spearman to Speak at Shelter with an Agenda

News—————22 April 2015

Jim Spearman, AIA, LEED-AP, the S27 Project Manager for the La Casa Permanent Supportive Housing Project in Washington, DC, will be a participant on "Value and Design Excellence in Supportive,...Keep Reading

La Casa Permanent Supportive Housing Wins National AIA Housing Award

Awards—————30 April 2015

"Inspiring livability. Different depths of transparency make it work. It's slightly enigmatic and that's great in this type of project. It feels like a building of the city. Amazing combination of...Keep Reading

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