Whats Happening

2020/10/20 — Rubin Museum of Art

Rubin Museum of Art announces PRO as architects for the Mandala Lab, a new interactive space that will bring cognitive science, contemplative practice, and visitor-contributed art experiences for social and emotional learning for all ages.

2020/10/05 — Press

Curbed interviews PRO founders Miriam Peterson and Nathan Rich about the firm’s concept for a scalable design solution that calls for adaptive reuse and infill on NYCHA campuses. 

2020/08/26 — Competition

PRO participated in an invited competition to design an experiential Center dedicated to wellness, culture and spirituality. Located in the California’s Desert Region adjacent Joshua Tree National Park, this represents PRO’s first proposal for a project on the West Coast. 

2020/08/26 — NYCHA study with the Regional Plan Association

Over the past year PRO worked with The Regional Plan Association on a report of scalable solutions and design strategies to modernize NYCHA buildings and campuses and improve living conditions for residents as part RPA's The JM Kaplan Fund Chairs for Urban Design fellowship. 

The RPA posted the study on their website here.

2020/08/17 — Awards

PRO’s transformation of the historic Beckenstein Building at 130 Orchard Street is longlisted in the ‘Rebirth’ category of Dezeen’s 2020 Awards program

2020/07/20 — Arbitare

PRO’s redesign of the Beckenstein Building into a “castle of wonders” for PERROTIN is detailed in the July/August 2020 issue of Abitare

2020/05/12 — Domus

Yale Architecture Dean Deborah Berke writes about Galerie Perrotin for the May 2020 issue of Domus

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2020/04/22 — Master Plan

PRO commences collaboration with landscape architects OSD to advance master plan for an arts campus in Detroit.

2020/04/14 — ArtDaily

ArtDaily publishes story highlighting Perrotin’s design details and lighting strategy that is both maximally flexible and architecturally distinctive.

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2020/04/14 — Dezeen

Dezeen interviews Nathan Rich about how to make New York City housing more equitable, highlighting the importance of access to private outdoor space.

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