Depth of Field | April 26, 2021
Project One Studio has just completed the installation of our project, Depth of Field. This project, completed for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, has been nearly four years in the making, from design, testing, fabrication, and installation. This project, with over 10,000 individually addressable LEDs, allows for extremely refined changes and tweaks in the future. This has been our most technologically and logistically complex project so far, and we are extremely proud of the final result. Check out the project here.
Conveyance Decommission | June 6, 2021
Project One Studio has completed the de-installation of our project, Conveyance. This temporary structure has lasted far beyond our two-year goal and is still in very good shape. Refurbishment and redeployment may be in the future of this project…
Press House Complete | March 30, 2021
Project One Studio is finished with the installation of our third project in the D.C. area. The project, titled Press House, was an intense exploration of new fabrication techniques and assembly strategies. Final photos coming soon.
subUrban Begins | March 18, 2021
Project One Studio has been selected to design a new public-art project in Huntersville, North Carolina. The piece, titled subUrban, creates an ephemeral “light gallery” within a subterranean pedestrian walkway. We looking forward to refining shape, color, and layout as we move into schematic design.
Florescence Begins | March 1, 2021
We are happy to announce a new piece titled “Florescence” in Aurora, Colorado. This project is our furthest out west so far and we are excited about this opportunity.
Confluent Threads Begins | February 17, 2021
Project One Studio has recently completed conceptual design for Ellen Coolidge Burke Branch Library in Alexandria, Virginia. The design, entitled “Confluent Threads,” addresses the Brutalist façade in a playful and graphic style, representing the threads of the community intertwining and creating a mosaic of diverse thought and culture.
Press House Begins | December 9, 2020
Project One has begun design on a new addition to an upcoming area in Washington D.C. The project explores topologies, color gradation, and surprising uses.
Urban Fabric Begins| November 17, 2020
Project One Studio is excited to announce our collaboration with Ignition Arts on a new parking garage façade piece for the 4th St Parking Garage in Bloomington, Indiana. The project, titled “Urban Fabric,” takes inspiration from the diversity of Bloomington and merges that with the idea of a large quilt of diverse colors and patterns.
Reticulation Complete | June 24, 2020
Reticulation has been officially installed. A full project description can be found here.
Convergent Focus Complete | March 23, 2020
Convergent focus has finished installation. A full project description can be found here.
Reticulation Begins | January 22, 2020
Project One studio is excited to announce a new project for a client in Columbus, Indiana. The project, titled Reticulation, explores geometric transformation and wireframe aesthetics.
Depth of Field Begins | October 3, 2019
Project One has begun work on a new project entitled Depth of Field. The project embodies aspects of “well building” design, natural growth cycles, and pattern systems found in nature.
Oriented Members Complete | September 26, 2019
Project One has finished the installation of Oriented Members. A full project description can be found here.
Convergent Focus Proposal | August 26, 2019
Project One Studio is excited to announce that our design, Convergent Focus, has been selected for fabrication. We are excited to create a memorable piece for the people of Silverton.
Spectrum Complete| August 15, 2019
Project One Studio has finished the installation of our project for Hyde-Addison Elementary in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. The project, titled “Spectrum,” was an exploration of color spectrums and teaching within art. More project information can be found here.
ChromaCavity Complete | April 25, 2019
We are excited to announce the completion of our passion project, ChromaCavity. The project, hosted through St’artup 317, allowed us to explore our own interests in depth, fabrication, and color. Check it out here.