Two architects, presented with the solid and busy ordinariness of the narrow turn of a staircase introduce a series of planes formed of tensely strung filament.
Two architects, presented with the solid and busy (if unprepossessing) ordinariness of the narrow turn of a staircase introduce a series of planes formed of tensely strung filament (like the wires in a piano carcass). They heighten an awareness of the nature of the space and what it means to pass through it, upwards or downwards.
Curated by Graham Shearing
Jennifer Lucchino (American, b. 1966) received a Master of Architecture from Rice University and an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University. She also spent a year studying at the University of Paris. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture.
Freddie Croce (American, b. 1963) attended California State Polytechnic University at the School of Engineering. He also attended Southwestern College for the School of Architecture. He received his Bachelor of Architecture at the New School of Architecture in San Diego, CA. Croce co-founded inter*Architecture with Jennifer Lucchino in 2003. “Combining our interest in and knowledge of design and construction, we believe that Pittsburgh and surrounding communities present a unique opportunity to implement new ideas in architecture and design to positively impact where and how people live and work.”