Today the MESH-designed A Species Between Worlds exhibit opened to the general public. The exhibit is an interactive augmented reality experience created by the photographer John Mack, in which natural landscape vistas merge with virtual spaces. Return to: A Species Between Worlds
Introduction MESH is completing Timber House, a new, 6-story condominium building. It is the first mass timber condominium in New York. We can build structures typically built in steel and concrete with mass timber and make them more sustainable. The technology was first pioneered and proven in Europe, and it has gradually permeated the U.S.
The interconnected LifeCell Tiles from our Timber House project are now available for purchase, bringing the elegant natural geometries of their designs to any home. Each tile features one of 5-6 different nature-inspired patterns that connect to adjacent tiles, producing unique, emergent combinations. More information about the product is available on the LifeCell Tiles website.
Timber House has been featured in Metropolis Magazine. Matthew Marani describes our project as part of the broader sustainable mass timber movement. You can read the article online. Return to: 670 Union Street
Experience the homes within our new Union Street condominium, Timber House, on the building’s new website. It features in-depth information about the building and its sustainable features as well as photographs of the model apartment. Return to: 670 Union Street
Dwell Magazine just published a great story on our North Fork beach house. It has been featured on the homepage of dwell.com. The article, written by Stephen Zacks, features photography by Frank Oudeman and Nicole Franzen. The photographs also highlight the project’s interiors designed by Jennifer Bunsa. You can read an archived copy of the full article here. Return to: Jamesport Beach House