KieranTimberlake Associates – Architects

KieranTimberlake Associates Architects, USA, Building, Philadelphia Design Studio, Office

KieranTimberlake Associates : Architecture

Contemporary American Architect Practice – design studio based in Philadelphia

KieranTimberlake Associates News

KieranTimberlake News

30 Nov 2018

High Horse Ranch in the USA:
High Horse Ranch in the USA
photo courtesy of architects

The ‘Villa – Completed Buildings’ category winner was High Horse Ranch in the USA, designed by KieranTimberlake Associates. The collection of a main house and two satellite guest cabins in California’s Mendocino County wowed the judges, who felt the project “develops a new discourse in architecture in relation to off-site construction, even in unbuilt landscapes.”

This building is one of the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Day Two Winners

Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges, Yale, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Date built: 1962 (Eero Saarinen)
Renovation + new-build in 2011: KieranTimberlake
Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges Building
photo © Peter Aaron/OTTO

Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges
This project won the Gold Medal from the AIA Philadelphia Chapter and was shortlisted in the New/Old Category at the 2011 World Architecture Festival.

KieranTimberlake Associates – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by KieranTimberlake Associates:

American Embassy Building London, England, UK
Date built: 2010-
American Embassy Building
image from architect
American Embassy Building London : KieranTimberlake wins Architecture Contest
The four competing architectural firms KieranTimberlake, Morphosis Architects, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and Richard Meier & Partners worked for nearly a year and made presentations to the jury which then recommended the winning design.

Loblolly House, Taylors Island, Maryland, USA
Date built: –
Loblolly House by KieranTimberlake Associates
photo © Peter Aaron/Esto and Halkin Photography LLC
Loblolly House
Positioned between a dense grove of loblolly pines and a lush foreground of saltmeadow cordgrass and the bay, Loblolly House seeks to deeply fuse the natural elements of this barrier island to architectural form. The timber foundations are at once pragmatic because they minimize the disruption to the ground, and poetic because the dwelling is literally founded on the tree. At the same time, the north, south and east elevations are of the forest. The design of the staggered vertical rain screen was literally composed over a site photograph to evoke the abstraction of solids and voids of the forest wall.

World Architecture Festival Awards 2008 – Home, Private Houses Category Finalist

More architecture projects by Kieran Timberlake studio online soon

Location:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA ‘