Work architecture company (workac) was
founded in 2003 by amale andraos and dan wood. based in
Workac is involved in projects at all scale, ranging from a 90-acre “new city” in las vegas to a single family villa in ordos, inner Mongolia, china. Recent projects include the installation ‘public farm I’ at psi/moma, a new branch library for the kew gardens hills in queens, the new headquarter building for, new public spaces and streetscape design for the bam cultural district and an extension of the clark art institute at mass moca.
The practice is supplemented by the
partners’ academic involvement. Andraos and wood have taught at various
universities including Harvard university, the
In 2008, workac was selected for the
architectural league’s “emerging voices”, the