Eric Bunge, of nArchitects, lecture to PennDesign on 4.09.14
Eric Bunge, AIA, is a co-founding principal of the New York City based firm nARCHITECTS and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University.
nARCHITECTS is an emerging internationally-recognized practice based in New York City led by Eric Bunge, AIA, and Mimi Hoang, AIA. Ongoing work includes the design of MY MICRO NY, winner of New York Mayor Bloomberg’s adapt NYC competition for micro unit housing, the Wyckoff House Museum in Brooklyn, and Pierscape at Chicago’s Navy Pier, a competition-winning project led by James Corner Field Operations (in construction). The firm’s recent work has focused on scales ranging from buildings and interiors to public space design. Recent examples include Manhattan’s Switch Building (recipient of an AIA Building Type Award), the ABC Department Store Facades in Beirut, Lebanon (recipient of an AIA NYS Merit Award), the bamboo MoMA/P.S.1 Canopy (recipient of an AIA Design Honor Award), and Forest Pavilion in Taiwan (recipient of an Architect Annual Design Award). nARCHITECTS is currently retained by both the NYC Parks and Recreation and the NYC Department of Design and Construction’s Design Excellence programs.