Kuth/Ranieri: Reflections on Process and Recent Work (October 26, 2011 - November 23, 2011)
October 26 – November 23
Mebane Gallery, Goldsmith Hall

"Kuth/Ranieri: Reflections on Process and Recent Work"

Kuth/Ranieri Architects was established in 1990 by partners Byron Kuth, FAIA, LEED, AP, and Elizabeth Ranieri, AIA, LEED AP. In addition to the two founding principals, the K/R team consists of seven staff architects and designers. The firm has earned a regional and national reputation for innovative works that integrate current cultural discourse with contemporary issues of design, technology, and the environment.

Kuth/Ranieri's design methodology is based on a consultative, integrated process that encourages participation to ensure continual innovation. The form and image of each project is the result of a personalized relationship with the client, a deep understanding of program and budget, and an awareness of site and regional specificity. Present in the office's work is the belief that every building has the power to create rich contributions to the communities it serves. The work supports strongly defined intentions that express the broader conceptual ideas of the project.

Sponsored by Greene Lectureship in Architecture.

Curated by Kuth/Ranieri (Byron Kuth, Elizabeth Ranieri, Juta Cinco, Eliza Koshland) and UTSOA (Sydney Mainster, Charlton Lewis, Travis Cook, Jen Wong, Rachel Bullock, Dan Zou, Lana Denkeler, Mehreen Charania, Eric Lam, James Spence).

"Exhibit: "Kuth/Ranieri: Reflections on Process and Work."" UTSOA enews, 18 Nov. 2011. Mon. 12 Dec. 2011.

Photographed by Selina Ortiz, School of Architecture Visual Resources Collection Photography TA
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