Our approach to design is rooted in the timeless fundamentals of architecture: space, materials, light. We eschew the trends of the moment and instead seek to create work whose core ideas will endure.
We embrace every project as an opportunity to chart a path to the future, using the best resources of the present, while absorbing the wisdom of the broad past of human design.
We invite you to explore our work, and come with us on this journey.
ASAP/ IS A COLLABORATIVE DESIGN PRACTICE FOUNDED IN 2011 AND BASED IN LOS ANGELES AND NEW YORK.
THE WORK OF ASAP/ HAS BEEN FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, AND NUMEROUS OTHER PUBLICATIONS, AND HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED WITH NUMEROUS AWARDS INTERNATIONALLY.
Adam Sokol is a graduate of Columbia and Yale Universities and has also studied at Harvard University and the Université- Paris IV Sorbonne. He is a registered architect in the states of New York and California, and a member of the American Institute of Architects.
THANKS TO ALL OF OUR DEDICATED COLLEAGUES PAST AND PRESENT:
Melanie Alcorn, Breanna Browning, Nancy Choi, Ning Ding, David Heaton, Tan Ho, Ruby Manjinder Kaur,
Matt Chenjung Kuo, Li Ling, Lesley Loo, Jeffrey Mansfield, Ana Misenas, Boris Morin-Defoy, Wei Ni Ni,
Daymond Robinson, Gregory Serweta, Michael Wysochanski, Andi Zhang