Project One Studio is a digital design + fabrication studio, founded by Adam Buente and Kyle Perry in 2009. After receiving graduate degrees in architecture, we shifted our direction and began creating work that spans the boundaries of art and architecture. The studio represents our combined view of design and artwork in the physical environment, and a focus on how each project has a specific goal, client, material strategy, or aesthetic quality. We are focused on craft and complexity, and
We design, fabricate, and install custom architectural installations, private and public art commissions, and anything unique. Many of our projects feature complex textures, pattern systems, and creative tectonics. As we manage all of the fabrication in-house, the design to fabrication process remains connected and fluid. This produces highly detailed end products as we engage the work from start to finish. Our work is designed to have impact at multiple scales, so that the projects are engaged in a variety of ways. Our architectural education and work experience allows us to collaborate very well with other design and engineering professionals and regulatory agencies. In addition to public art commissions we commonly work directly with Architects, Landscape Architects, and various designers to create unique pieces for their projects. We continue to work on many regional projects, while pursuing and taking on new work nationally.
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