If you're reading this post, then you already know about the new website. Check out the new full screen project galleries and our current preoccupations and let us know what you think!
If you happen to be in town Friday, October 12th, please stop by for a very casual happy hour / open office
Dwell and NY Magazine team up to bring you inside some modern private residences in Manhattan and Brooklyn...and RES4 has a home to visit in both boroughs!
Joseph Tanney to lecture at the CCNY School of Architecture at 6:30pm Thursday (9/13) night on the topic of "Current Preoccupations" focusing on Office Space
Joseph Tanney will be lecturing at NJIT's Weston Hall Gallery, at 7pm on Thursday June 16. He will be presenting with Larry Sass from MIT about "Understanding Pre-Fab and Digital Fabrication."
Joseph Tanney, the current John Russell Groves Kentucky Housing Corporation Visiting Professor of Affordable Housing Design at The University of Kentucky College of Design, will present the next lecture in the UK College of Design Lecture Series. UK College of Design Lecture Series. Tanney’s lecture, “The Modern Modular by Resolution: 4 Architecture,” is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, in 209 Pence Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Joseph Tanney will lecture at AIA North Carolina Eastern Section at East Carolina University, Mendenhall Auditorium. Thursday, October 1st 6:45pm. Resolution: 4 Architecture’s Joseph Tanney will lecture on RES4′s current preoccupation, The Modern Modular.
On Friday Sept 19th, Joseph Tanney and Robert Luntz will be presenting RES4's current work at the Columbia Design League's annual meeting.
Robert Luntz will be lecturing at the University of Florida Harn Museum on Tuesday 9/9 at 6pm on RES4's current work, if you are in the area feel free to stop by.
RES4′s Joseph Tanney will participate in a symposium titled Prefab Futures: New agendas for Mass Customization in Architecture’ organized by the Kullman Center at The...
Joseph Tanney recently lectured at Richmond’s Virginia Center for Architecture. RES4′s current preoccupation of the modern modular prefab took center stage. Joseph also presented RES4′s recent projects on the boards, in construction and completed. The lecture was given in conjunction with the Center’s exhibition of “Some Assembly Required: Contemporary Prefabricated Houses” on view through September 30th. Previously exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angles Some Assembly Required Is curated by the Walker Art Center.