• “Re-Awakening of Buffalo Architecture” Business First Buffalo, 16 November 2012
  • 2012 Design Excellence Merit Award: Birdhouse AIA Buffalo/WNY Chapter
  • “Buffalo Residence, NY, USA : Birdhouse” e-architect.co.uk, 8 October 2012
  • Qingye Song, “Birdhouse Case Study” Trendshome, October 2012, pp. 152-54.
  • Yalu Cheng, “Black Diamond” iHome, October 2012, pp. 52-59.
  • David Steel, “Sweet ‘Renos’ on Tracy Street buffalorising.com, 14 August 2012
  • Shelley D. Hutchins, “light plan” residentialarchitect.com, 24 April 2012
  • Jana Eisenberg, “contemporary drama on Bird” Buffalo Spree Home, Spring 2012, pp. cover, 52-59.
  • David Steel, “Birdhouse Unveiled” buffalorising.com, 21 November 2011
  • Jennifer Mogensen, “Remaking Chippewa”. Artvoice, 6 July 2011
  • David Steel, “Faces of Allentown”. buffalorising.com, 25 May 2010
  • Annemarie Franczyk, “Eco-friendly homes: Buffalo architect has designs on cutting energy consumption.” Business First Buffalo, 5 June 2009, pp. 27,31.
  • David Steel, “Whoa! A plastic house I like!” buffalorising.com, 8 April 2009
  • “City Lights” competition proposal Museum of the City of New York, 21 October - 7 November, 2004
  • Julie V Iovine, “The Memorial Roads Not Taken” The New York Times, 1 February 2004: section 2, pp. 32-33.
  • Suzanne Stephens with Ian Luna, Imagining Ground Zero. New York: Rizzoli/Architectural Record, 2004.

(asap) is a collaborative design practice founded in 2007 in buffalo, new york, usa. We seek to identify and advance design opportunities to develop the art and craft of design at all scales -- from tableware to entire cities, while also reinterpreting and re-energizing programmatic imperatives. Our work is devoted to understanding and contributing to existing cultural and architectural contexts while deploying advanced design and construction technology in ways appropriate to contemporary life.

Our design team comprises a talented group of professionals from diverse backgrounds with advanced professional degrees. We frequently collaborate with some of the world’s top specialist consultants in fields such as engineering, water features, and lighting design.

Adam Sokol is a graduate of Columbia and Yale universities and has also studied at Harvard University and the Université-Paris IV Sorbonne. He was visiting assistant professor of architecture at the State University of New York, Buffalo for 2006-11. His work has been featured in The New York Times and publications by Rizzoli among others, and has been exhibited at the Museum of the City of New York. He is a registered architect in the State of New York and a member of the American Institute of Architects.

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