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LTL Architects is a New York-based design intensive architecture firm founded in 1997 by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J.

Gallery of Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 26

Gallery of Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 26

Gallery - Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 26

SECTION PERSPECTIVES + EXPLODED AXONS……. LTL - Park Tower project http://ltlarchitects.com/park-tower ….and here they reveal the secret about their drawings: http://ltlarchitects.com/over-drawing/ posted by ik

Lewis ( LTL Architects) is a New York-based design intensive architecture firm founded in 1997 by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J.

LTL Architects Create Living Wall of Central Park for OpenPlans’ Offices ltl architects the open planning project – Inhabitat New York City

LTL Architects Create a Living Green Wall Shaped Like Central Park for a NYC Office

LTL Architects have designed an incredible installation in the offices of OpenPlans that makes a living replica of Central Park the heart of the workplace.

LTL Architects : Building 82% at AMNP

LTL Architects : Building 82% at AMNP

Gallery of Studying the "Manual of Section": Architecture's Most Intriguing…

Gallery of Studying the "Manual of Section": Architecture's Most Intriguing Drawing - 6

Ford Foundation Headquarters by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Associates Published in Manual of Section by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis published by Princeton Architectural Press Image © LTL Architects

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Gallery of Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 13

Gallery of Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 13

Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects / Rendering

Gallery of Arthouse at the Jones Center / LTL Architects - 3

Arthouse at the Jones Center by LTL Architects / This rendering is a true example of MULTIMEDIA ! Un bel exemple du multimédia.

LTL Architects proposed an "amphibious landscape continually activated by rising tides"for NYC.

A team led by LTL Architects proposed an “amphibious landscape continually activated by rising tides” for NYC

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