Wendy: MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program Winner
The firm of Matthias Hollwich, Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design, has won MoMA PS1's Young Architects' Program. The program has served as a launching pad for younger firms, offering the MoMA PS1 courtyard as a testing ground for new formal and programmatic strategies.

Hollwich--with a team of current and former PennDesign architecture students and talent at HollwichKushner (HWKN), the New York City based architecture and concept design firm which he co-founded--dreamed up a bold starburst design that treats air pollutants through high-tech fabric.

She was supported by a team of former PennDesign architecture students, including HWKN partner Marc Kushner, BA'99, Project Architect Robert May, MArch'08, Dwight Engel, MArch'10, Michael Golden, MArch'11, Adam Hostetler, MArch'10, David Lee, MArch'03, Bradley Schnell, MArch'11 and Brett Wiemann, MArch'11 as well as recent Master of Architecture graduates Gregory Knobloch, MArch/ GIS'12, Andreas Kostopoulos, MArch'13, Evan Litvin, IPD/MArch'12 and Andreas Tjeldflatt, MArch'12.

For more information, visit www.design.upenn.edu/news/star-born-wendy-opens-moma-ps1.

Images courtesy of HWKN and Barrett Doherty, MLA'13 for PennDesign unless otherwise noted.
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