Weather Projects is a full-service architecture studio based in Los Angeles, California. Working on multiple scales and types of projects, Weather engages the ever-changing and ever-present social, economic, and natural environments through a dialogue with physical forms and spaces that consider context, function, and effects. The focus of the work revolves around ideas, attitudes, and strategies regarding, typology and organizational models, diffuse boundaries, fields and aggregations, and a preference for the primitive over the complex. The studio's belief is these physical forms, spaces, and artifacts have the ability to offer society a sense of place, of fascination, and a new way of experiencing the world.
SHANNON HAN, PARTNER
Shannon Han is a registered architect in California and New York. Shannon received a Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture in 2006. Prior to forming Weather Projects, she practiced with SHoP Architects for seven years leading large institutional projects such as the ALABS project at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, New York, the Botswana Innovation Hub in Gaborone, Botswana and with Forest City Ratner Co. as SHoP’s Project Architect for the Atlantic Yards B2 Modular Towers. Shannon has lived and worked in San Francisco, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles.
HUNTER KNIGHT, PARTNER
Hunter Knight received a Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture in 2006, graduating with distinction. He received the AIA Henry Adam’s Medal for excellence in architecture. Hunter is an lecturer at the University of Southern California where he teaches architectural design studios. Previously he held positions at CalPoly Pomona, Ecole Speciale d’Architecture, and SCI_Arc. Prior to forming Weather Projects, he practiced with Morphosis Architects for eight years as Lead Designer on projects including the Phare Tower in Paris, France, the competition-winning entry for the Casablanca Finance City Tower in Casablanca, Morocco and the Cornell NYC Tech building in Manhattan, New York. Hunter has lived and worked in Paris, New York, and Los Angeles.
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