Situ was recently interviewed as part of the Studio Space video series produced by Designer Pages.
The Trezona Fossil research that Situ Studio conducted with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University is featured in the recently released textbook titled "Evolution: Making Sense of Life."
Situ Studio will be speaking at the Facades and Innovation Conference being held at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Situ Studio has been invited to exhibit at Idea Lab 2012 as part of the DIFFA Benefit Auction.
ABC Radio National produced a broadcast documentary investigating "The Left to Die Boat." The documentary features Situ Studio's Forensic Oceanography report, completed in collaboration with Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani for the European Research Council.
Situ Studio and Forensic Architecture have created a series of diagrams that appear in Human Rights Watch's report titled Torture Archipelago: Arbitrary Arrests, Torture and Enforced Disappearances in Syria’s Underground Prisons since March 2011
Situ Studio will be speaking at the 24th Annual Architalx Lecture Series in Portland, Maine. Situ was among five designers from the U.S. and London chosen to represent the fields of architecture, structural engineering, and landscape architecture at the Annual Speaker Series.
Situ Studio will be giving a TedxTalk as part of TEDxCooperUnion. The theme for the talk, "Found in Translation," explores the intersections between engineering, art, architecture and the humanities. The TEDx program encourages TED-like experiences at the local level.
In collaboration with Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani, Situ Studio releases a report focusing on the spatial analysis of the "Left-To-Die Boat" case. This project has been completed as part of the European Research Council project, Forensic Architecture, Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London.
On Monday March 19th from 7-8pm Situ Studio will be presenting a talk titled Built, Unbuilt at the CCNY School of Architecture.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Situ Fabrication which will now be home to our fabrication Services.
On Tuesday February 14 Situ Studio presented recent Forensic Architecture work at Human Rights Watch as part of a panel titled Technological Innovation: from Surveillance to Data Modeling. Also presenting on the panel were Sarah McKune of the Citizen’s Lab project and Brian Root, statistical consultant to HRW.
Situ Studio has been chosen as the architectural designers for Design Lab, a project for the New York Hall of Science. The project, which involves a reprogramming and renovation of the Museum’s main exhibition space, is scheduled to open in 2014. Situ Studio is collaborating with Local Projects on Design Lab.
Situ Studio was profiled on the NY Observer web series 12 to Watch in 2012. The series, presented by Jaguar, looks at some of "New York's top minds doing things with design and technology."