“To be oriented is also to be oriented toward certain objects, those that help us find our way. These are the objects we recognize, such that when we face them, we know which way we are facing. They gather on the ground and also create a ground on which we can gather”
- Sara Ahmed
“Orientations: Toward a Queer Phenomenology”
Atelier Heyman Hamilton is a Stockholm based collaborative practice established by two architects. We work with building, writing, teaching, publishing and exhibitions.
AT-HH is in residence at the Färgfabriken Open Studio with KTH ABE Urbanism Studies students from the studio CO-OP City: Towards a Future Collective Domestic, taught by Malin Heyman and James Hamilton.
AT-HH have published a review of Yvonne Farrell and Shelley Mc Namara‘s 16th Venice Architecture Biennale for KRITIK.
AT-HH have started work on the renovation of a 74m2 apartment built during the 60’s in the Stockholm suburb of Hökarängen.
The project In Hannes Meyer’s Pockets has been published by Socks-Studio.
April, 2018:AT-HH and JDS have started work on the renovation of a 1,000m2 Kasper Salin villa in Stockholm.
October 2, 2017: AT - HH drawing series Creative Geographies is being presented at the conference and accompanying exhibition Drawing Millions of Plans at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation in Copenhagen. The exhibition is open between November 1, and November 21.
December 20, 2016:
AT - HH and Birkir Ingibjartsson, future founder of BARK BARK have made an entry to a competition for a new series of parliament offices and assemblies for the city of Reykjavik.
October 10, 2016: AT - HH has contributed to The Seminar Room in the latest issue of LOBBY
June 26, 2015: AT - HH has written a review of Alejandro Aravena's 15th Venice Architecture Biennale titled "Good Architects" in issue #30 of KRITIK
January 12, 2015:
AT-HH has started work on the gut renovation of an upper west side town house.
January 8, 2015: AT-HH has begun working with modblok, a timber prefabrication company, to develop a series of systematized timber pre-fab units and templates.