Professor Toshiko Mori was honored with the Kathy and Howard J. Aibel Award at the A.R.T./New York Spring Benefit in New York City. A.R.T./New York is a service and advocacy organization for over 350 not-for-profit theaters throughout New York City, providing the Off Broadway community with support through grants, loans, and affordable office, meeting and rehearsal rental spaces. The Kathy and Howard J. Aibel Award is presented to an individual in the community that has made the New York City environment a better place for the arts and for artists. Professor Mori is the architect of A.R.T./New York's new theatre development on 53rd Street and 10th Avenue, which will provide affordable and flexible rehearsal space to the Off Broadway community for the next century.
Toshiko Mori’s conversation with Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu is featured online by the Architectural League of New York
TMA’s Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion is lauded by architectural critic Paul Goldberger in The Buffalo News and Architectural Record.
TMA's Sean Kelly Gallery wins the Interior's category Honor Award at the 2013 AIA NY Design Awards
TMA’s Shelby White and Leon Levy Information Commons opens to the public at the Brooklyn Public Library – Central Library on January 15th
Sean Kelly Gallery is featured in Architectural Record’s January print issue
Sean Kelly Gallery, designed by TMA, is profiled online in Architectural Digest and in the December 19th issue of Architect’s Newspaper
Toshiko Mori will join the Master Jury for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Sean Kelly Gallery, designed by TMA, to open to the public at its new location on October 26th with Antony Gormley’s exhibition, Bodyspace
TMA’s exhibition ‘Dialogue in Details’ is featured in ArchDaily and Europaconcorsi’s coverage of the Venice Biennale
TMA’s Syracuse Center of Excellence has been selected as a winner of the American Architectural Award 2012, sponsored by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design
‘Cloudline,’ a limited edition book project of TMA’s House in Columbia County, is to be published this October by Hatje Cantz Verlag, and will feature textual contributions by Toshiko Mori, Andres Lepik, and Colm Toibin, in addition to several unique artist contributions
TMA is invited to participate in the 13th International Architecture Exhibition "Common Ground," at the Venice Biennale, which will run from August 29 through November 25