We’re excited to share a recent interview we did for Tongues. Check out their Stories page for what they call “Conversations with Questioners, Mavericks and Mavens”!
The New Normal
Organized by Design Advocates, Urban Design Forum, and Van Alen Institute, ABA is pleased to be participating in Neighborhoods Now, a collaborative effort to deisgn reopening strategies for NYC communities hard-hit by the pandemic. More information here!
2020 NPNY Award: Pause
Emily is honored to serve on the Jury for 2020 New Practices New York, the preeminent platform to recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms in NYC, awarded bi-annually by AIA New York. More info about the award, and this year's theme, "Pause," at AIANY.
Best of Design
We are thrilled to share that Architect’s Newspaper named ABA’s design for maharishi Tribeca 2019 Best of Design winner for Interior — Retail!
Space for Restorative Justice
The Yale University School of Architecture hosted a launch of the book, Space for Restorative Justice: the product of a Fall 2018 design studio led by Emily, “Connecticut Community Justice Centers,” the book explores purpose-built spaces for new forms of conflict resolution as well as communal activities such as recreation, making meals, and learning. Comprising projects from the studio, expert essays, and guest critic responses, the book presents visions for how architecture can frame new forms of conflict resolution and collaborative support systems for local communities. The book is available in both hard copy as well as free, online, here!