Published: Friday, September 07, 2007
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Designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture, The RES4 Dwell Home; has become a precedent in demonstrating the superiority of choosing prefabricated building technology over site-built homes in terms of environmental factors, quality and efficiency of building, cost and speed of construction and design. More
Founded in 1990 by Joseph Tanney and Robert Luntz, Resolution: 4 Architecture is a firm dedicated to addressing 21st century conditions through intelligent architecture and design. The firm consciously takes on a perspective facilitating the conditions required to develop sustainable methods, strategies and solutions for the current and long-range conflicts and changes facing our dynamic communities. They seek to investigate, re-investigate, work with the palpable, illuminate the obscure and understand the composite interface of architecture, its user and its context.
Resolution: 4 Architecture's design preoccupations have included two-dimensional and three-dimensional pattern making and ceilings as landscapes. Most recently they have undertaken The Modern Modular by Resolution: 4 Architecture, a systematic methodology of design that attempts to leverage the existing methods of prefabrication of residential construction. Their efforts seek to offer the option of "mass customization" to the single-family housing market while aesthetically transforming the sub-urban fabric of America's domestic landscape. The Modern Modular by Resolution: 4 Architecture has been exhibited in the Walker Center of Art in Minneapolis, and Bruce Mau's Massive Change touring internationally.
Resolution: 4 Architecture has become an internationally published and highly acclaimed ten-person firm completing projects in the residential, commercial and public realms.
Recent awards include:
Additional recognitions include the first place entry in the NCR International Design Competition for the Natures Theater in Columbia, South Carolina; the NY AIA award for a Manhattan-based Internet company; and the Peter Eisenman residence. Television appearances have included HGTV, The Travel Channel, DIY, CNN, the CBS Morning News and ABC's Nightline, and their work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time, Wired, Newsweek, Architecture, Architectural Record, Architectural Review, Domus, LaRCA, Interni, Residential Architect amongst many other notable publications.
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