Unknown Studio is delighted to share that the first phase of The Duke University Sculpture Park opened to the public on Saturday. This elegant new landscape connects the Nasher Museum of Art to Campus Drive and The Rubenstein Arts Center through a contemporary material palette realized for the Arts District at Duke. As Principal at West 8, Unknown Studio’s Claire Agre won the Sculpture Park commission, and together with the West 8 design team, led vision, feasibility and detailed design of the Sculpture Park over a four-year period (2015-2019).
Unknown Studio’s Claire Agre has been elected to the Board of Directors for The Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes (FMOPL). A member of the National Association for Olmsted Parks, FMOPL is committed to advancing the Olmsted legacy and its relevance in Maryland through accessible public parks, sustainable landscapes, and livable communities—respecting and protecting the accomplishments of the past and seeking relevant solutions for the challenges of today.
ASK + and Unknown Studio are thrilled to have been selected for the design of Parcel 2—a critical node and open space on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. We look forward to working with Boston Planning and Development Agency, Mass DOT, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, and the community on the design of this keystone site.
Unknown Studio has been accepted to prestigious Walton Family Foundation’s Northwest Design Excellence Program. We are honored to be among the 2019 honorees including our peers at JCFO, Hoerr Schaudt, Coen + Partners, and others.
Be among the first to see and comment on Middle Branch Waterfront Design Competition entries.
May 29, 2019, 6-8 PM
Middle Branch Boathouse, 3301 Waterview Ave,
Unknown Studio’s Meg Baldwin has been invited to participate in Undoing Racism, a workshop facilitated by The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, a national multiracial, antiracist network dedicated to ending racism and institutional oppression. Through dialogue, reflection, strategic planning and presentations, this intensive process will challenge participants to analyze the structures of power and privilege that hinder social equity and will prepare them to be effective organizers for justice.
In the late 1970’s, the Rouse Company revolutionized waterfront planning with the revitalization and development of Baltimore’s renowned Inner Harbor. The next 50 years and the future of 21st century waterfront design might just emerge here in Baltimore on the Middle Branch, Baltimore’s other waterfront.
Unknown Studio is delighted to share that Mixed-Use Development Essex Crossing was recipient of the New York Urban Land Institute’s Excellence in Mixed Use Development Award on Thursday Evening.
Unknown Studio is honored to be presenting alongside our esteemed peers from GGN, Gutierrez Studios and the USDA Forest Service at the MDASLA State Conference on April 27.