Collection by Allie Weiss

Architecture Firm You Should Know: Höweler + Yoon

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In our June 2015 issue, we visit the dwelling that Höweler + Yoon Architecture built to accommodate three generations of a tight-knit family in Virginia. In anticipation of the story, we take a look at a few modern structures by the multidisciplinary Boston firm, run by J. Meejin Yoon and Eric Höweler.

A post-war penthouse in Boston, the Perimeter Loft was given a sleek transformation that favors natural light.
A series of bedrooms was replaced by an open-plan living arrangement.
This exhibition space in Chengdu, China features numerous interior courtyards to let light enter.
The building features an angled roofline and a textured brick facade.
The Sean Collier Memorial on MIT's campus was built with 32 solid blocks of granite.
An installation brought 20 circular, glowing swings to a grassy area near the Boston Convention Center.
The 16,000-square-foot home base for the Boston Society of Architects features a grand green staircase that connects...
Japanese joinery is an interest of Höweler + Yoon. "One of my exercises is to have students make a Japanese joint.
The house, shown here from the street, was designed for two full-time residents and to accommodate visiting children...
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