Paul Preissner Architects
Gallery project at 1749 W Chicago
New house WIP
The Ring of Hope project was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 66th annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
Liz and Morris house in the book 44 Low-resolution Houses by Michael Meredith of the exhibition 44 Low-resolution Houses also by Michael Meredith published by Princeton where the exhibition also was.
A villa camp retreat home coming soon to this place.
Corner detail of precast panels for Ring of Hope Center
Paul will present at this symposium at Princeton on November 9, 2018.
Five Rooms is reviewed in Flat Out 3.
44 Low Resolution Houses exhibition at Princeton University.
Liz and Morris House will be part of the exhibition 44 Low-resolution Houses, curated by Michael Meredith opens at Princeton University School of Architecture from September 11-November 09, 2018.
Projects from the office will be part of the exhibition Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech, curated by K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder at the Harvard GSD from Jan 22-March 11, 2018.
Facade Study for new project in Chicago.
Liz and Morris house complete. Pictures coming sometime.
Oak Park renovation project complete. Pictures up sometime.
Our installation with Paul Andersen for the Chicago Architecture Biennial is completed and ready for you in the Chicago Cultural Center.
Here's a small proposal for a small floating passenger ferry terminal along the Han River in South Korea.
Paul wrote a rambling essay about the real Munich for LA+ Journal Issue 05: Identity.
1824-22 W 35th Street is pretty well finished.
Liz and Morris house in the winter of its completion.
We are doing a project for the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. This time it will be indoors.
A proposal for a gallery space inside an art complex in Seoul.
Some new project the other Paul and I are working on again.
Exterior painting in for this artist space in Downers Grove we kind of did some work for but it ended up being pretty different.
The exterior to the house seen here is mostly complete now.
This thing won an Honorable Mention in the The American Architecture Prize (AAP) this year. Yay us. (photo by Sam Jacob)
Fresh Meat journal has recently published A Letter to Andrew Holder written by Paul Preissner in FMVIII, "Of the City."
These are the rear-yard stairs down to the basement at 1822-24.
Two skylights in stairs in house in Chicago.
Science is the most solid route to knowledge our world has ever known; vote for politicians who believe in it.
Liz and Morris house bathroom.
Some of the new windows set in the new window boxes set in the old window openings set in the older window openings at the street front of 1822-24.
Drywall is going up in Liz and Morris house.
50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards at the Chicago Architecture Foundation includes our proposal for a casual monument in the triangular neighborhood of Burnside in the 8th Ward.
1822-24 window boxes installed.
Prof. Dr. Alex Lehnerer visits from Switzerland to take in the construction of Liz and Morris's house.
The 2015 Biennial of the Americas Pavilion opens on July 14.
The summer vault thing is still just sitting there in Chicago's Millennium Park next to the Cloud Gate. So you can still go look at it.
Archinect founder/publisher Paul Petrunia interviews Paul Andersen and Paul Preissner about their project for the University of Illinois at Chicago's lakefront kiosk in the Chicago Architecture Biennial's.
Paul Preissner to speak at Penn Design City Futures conference.
Here is a picture of the Lakefront Kiosk in fabrication.
Paul looked into the gross culture of prison rodeos and three prison rodeo stadiums for Clog : Prison.
Heres a picture by Jennifer Meakins of the vault being driven through the downtown.