This section sponsored by:
  and  
 
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis
New York City    www.ltlwork.net
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL) is a New York-based firm founded in 1993 by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis. Featured in the 2000 National Design Triennial at the Cooper-Hewitt, the Architectural League's "Emerging Voices" in 2002, and Architectural Record's Design Vanguard 2000, LTL recently completed three restaurants in New York. Paul Lewis is the director of graduate studies at Princeton's School of Architecture, Marc Tsurumaki teaches at Columbia and Parsons, and David J. Lewis is the director of the M.Arch program at Parsons.
 
   Click here for an audio interview.
U.S. Pavilion Floor Plan–
Parking Garage
Principles: Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, David J. Lewis (left to right); Team: Alex Terzich, Israel Kandarian, Michael Tyre, Hye-Young Chung, James Bennett, Alan Smart, Hilary Zaic, Maya Galbis, Lucas Cascardo, Eric Samuels, Mimi Shin
 
Called “Parking Sections,” this project brings parking together with retail, commercial, and residential components. A “New Suburbanism” section overlaps suburban houses with big-box stores, and intersects parking garages with athletic fields. “TourBus Hotel” uses the logistics of European bus tours as a catalyst for a hotel redolent of memory and anticipation. “Park Tower” employs hydrogen technology to help create a drive-up skyscraper where a double-helical system combines a continuous parking surface with stacked retail, office, and residential zones.
 
Links:
Ini Ani Coffee Shop [ Record Interiors, September 2004]
The Essex Street Studio [ archrecord2, January 2004]
Design Vanguard 2000 [ Project portfolio, December 2000]
Home | Take the Tour | Audio Interviews | Exhibition Video | Event Photo | Related Links
A special supplement to architecturalrecord.com  | 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved