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Winter 2011 Moskow Linn teams with Reebok to create a new CrossFit environment for their Canton, MA headquarters. CrossFit is a core strength and conditioning program. Link to pdf.
Winter 2011 The 4,000 square foot house is designed to produce as much energy as it consumes. Three building modules frame a view to the adjacent golf course and Fresh Pond Reservoir beyond. Red clapboards and the sawtooth roof reinterpret New … Continue reading
Winter 2011 This timber frame house is designed to take advantage of the views and cooling breezes of Squam Lake. Under construction.
Winter 2011 The new house will be the centerpiece for an active family. The home links a pool, tennis court and work out space. A large glass gathering room is located below an open air viewing deck.
Summer 2011, Norwich, VT Five students participated in the inaugural session of Studio North. The workshop offered students an opportunity to engage with the rural landscape and to imagine, develop and construct an inventive design. Project one was a Chicken … Continue reading
Summer 2011 Collection complete! On June 1, 2011 we received our one thousandth wrist watch. Each watch is identified by an epitaph written by the owner and included in the online gallery. The collection will now be exhibited and then … Continue reading
Rural Interventions are innovative, small scale insertions that seek to make the natural world more accessible and facilitate interactions with the environment. Rural Intervention Prospectus
Spring 2011 The RAW BARge is a venue to highlight the fishing industry. A white, machine cut, seating / table component runs the length of the barge. Sea water is continuously pumped through the central tank and pours over the … Continue reading
Spring 2011 Keith Moskow has been selected to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows (FAIA). Of the 104 new Fellows, Moskow was one of 18 recognized for significant contributions to architectural design.
Winter 2011/2012 We are collaborating with the Greenway Conservancy to build an Ice Chime sculpture on Boston’s Greenway Park. The sculpture will amplify both the beauty and sound of icicles over the course of their dynamic life cycle, reinterpreting a … Continue reading
Fall 2010 This timber frame house is designed to take advantage of the views and cooling breezes of Squam Lake. Construction will begin Winter 2010.
Fall 2010 Small Scale: Creative Solutions for Better City Living is released by Princeton Architectural Press. The book is a rallying cry of a new generation of architects and artists who aim to improve the lives of city dwellers through … Continue reading
Summer 2010 The Reservoir House receives a LEED’s certification. The home, located in Cambridge, MA, derives its form from the New England vernacular. Recycled timbers are used extensively within. Link to pdf.