Thank you to @looslips and @nytimes for the in-depth profile on @whyheywhynot and the work we do @why_site — the architects who love ‘Making Good Spaces’ — and a thank you to our clients @marcianoartfoundation @asianartmuseum @metmuseum @amnh @theicala @christiesinc @davidkordanskygallery for being partners in the process!! #losangeles #newyork #architecture #design #art #artspace #museums **link in bio**
wHY had a blast welcoming the Jeffersonville and Louisville communities to the sneak-peak of wHY's new project for America Place at River Ridge! Many thanks to Stephen Reilly, of the Speed Art Museum for hosting an enlightening discussion between Kulapat and America Place's owner, Jim Karp. More to come soon!
#tbt to the Casa Wakasa — one of wHY’s first projects, completed in 2006. Located in the Osaka Suburbs, this family home is designed with the idea that every member of the family would have a room and garden as the basic living unit. These individual modules are linked by an engawa space, a generous transition zone between the interior rooms and garden often found in traditional Japanese architecture.