Architecture Office was founded in 2015 by Nicole McIntosh and Jonathan Louie.  The practice is influenced by the global dissemination of imagery that produces new contexts and different views.  Their work actualizes images that distinguish form and type from their assumed cultural associations as a means of producing new forms of architecture.  Collectively, the projects and the images support architecture’s unique capacity to not be static and singular, but to simultaneously engage and refresh the things around it.

Nicole McIntosh (MSc. Arch ETH SIA) received an MSc in architecture from ETH Zürich. She was previously a Teaching Fellow at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West.  Jonathan Louie holds an MArch from UCLA with Distinction.  He previously spent time in Peterborough, New Hampshire as a Macdowell Colony Fellow.

They are both assistant professors at Syracuse University School of Architecture.