KieranTimberlake: Fullness demonstrates the holistic impact of the work of the respected architecture firm. This monograph provides the concepts and contexts for 17 recent projects in a range of scales and types, from houses to campus buildings to a transit hub and an embassy. KieranTimberlake: Fullness demonstrates how the firm’s formative values have combined with innovative design methodologies, a commitment to full-scale, in-house prototyping, and a collaborative ethos to create and realize works of ambitious scope and complexity. Organized in two volumes, this book illustrated the comprehensive range of architectural beauty present in KieranTimberlake’s buildings and the evidence for their mastery of design at all scales and orientations.
The first volume presents photographs of each project, depicting the visual whole of the architecture as a fully resolved work. The companion volume reveals the sum of its parts, the pivotal junctures that give rise to final form, including both the moments of discovery and the pragmatic tools of analysis and prototyping that the firm uses. Narratives, drawings, diagrams, details, and anecdotes capture the design process and reveal the varied approaches that give form to the art and science of KieranTimberlake’s architecture.
Stephen Kieran received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Yale University, and a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He was an American Academy in Rome Prize fellow in 1980-81. He has held visiting professorships at Yale University, the University of Michigan, Princeton University, the University of Washington, and the University of Pennsylvania School of Design.
James Timberlake received a Bachelor of Environmental Science Degree from the University of Detroit, and a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He was a Rome Prize Fellow in 1982-83. He has held visiting professorships at Yale University, the University of Michigan, Princeton University, the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. Timberlake was appointed by the Obama administration to serve on the Board of the National Institute of Building Sciences in 2012.