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…
A series of bedrooms was replaced by an open-plan living arrangement. The kitchens are White Fantasy quartzite paired…
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. A single-axis robotic block saw…
An installation brought 20 circular, glowing swings to a grassy area near the Boston Convention Center. LED lights…
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…
The house, shown here from the street, was designed for two full-time residents and to accommodate visiting children…
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