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Studio Twenty Seven Architecture selected for Private Hillside Residence

News—————7 January 2013

Studio Twenty Seven was selected for a new 5,000 square foot private residence in Rockville, Maryland. The house is planned to nestle within the forested hillside, programmed around a series of...Keep Reading

Studio Twenty Seven to present at District Architecture Center

News—————12 October 2012

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Principals John Burke and Todd Ray are featured speakers for an AIA | DC two-part lecture series examining DC's Southwest quadrant. "(A)Mending L'Enfant's Plan:...Keep Reading

2012 Virginia Society AIA Awards

Awards—————11 September 2012

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is excited to announce that we are the recipient of a 2012 Virginia Society AIA Award for Excellence for our work on the Design Army Headquarters in Washington, DC!...Keep Reading

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...Keep Reading

Todd Ray’s work now in the Birkhauser catalog

Press—————28 August 2012

Swiss publishing house Birkhauser is one of the world's preeminent publishers of architecture and engineering books. Their new volume Drawn to Design: Analyzing Architecture through Freehand...Keep Reading

Kay Anj Village Advances

Process—————21 August 2012

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Principal Todd Ray just returned from a trip to Haiti. Todd was assisting the non-profit organization Helping Haitian Angels survey the location for a new orphanage...Keep Reading

Locals say ‘Farewell’ to K Flo

News—————30 July 2012

Despite harbingers of impending doom delivered by the old hooded man behind 1600 K, the Studio was unprepared for the bad happenings that took place this most recent Friday the 13th. Like the feared...Keep Reading

Harrisonburg Supportive Housing Project

Process—————30 July 2012

A recent project opportunity in Harrisonburg, Virginia allowed the Studio to further study the permanent supportive housing prototype. Supportive housing projects are an exciting new approach to...Keep Reading

Maya Angelou School Design Concept

Process—————30 July 2012

In less than ten months, the building that is now known as the Bruce Evans School will be teeming with construction activity. As construction ramps up, more than a hundred workers will pass in and...Keep Reading

Congratulations!

News—————30 July 2012

The Studio received not one, but two birth announcements from our colleagues in the mail this past week. Ana and her husband, Juan, announce the arrival of Victoria to their family, while Niki and...Keep Reading

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