The work is a convergence of craftsmanship, experimentation, artistry and practicality.
This is all a means to the end of achieving a poetry of space.

There is no fear of getting hands dirty, of letting materials and function drive our decisions, and merging handicraft with sophsticated fabrication technologies.


Thinking is a process of achieved through doing. The process is one of sketching, modeling, discussing, discarding, reinventing and tooling ideas into reality.



A design method that has been recognized and published by leading design authorities.


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Erin Pellegrino is an architectural designer focusing on design/build interventions with deep contextual relationships and rich material expression. Her most recent work is a series of renovations of modernist structures on Martha’s Vineyard. Before focusing solely on her own work, she spent time in the offices of Tod Williams Billie Tsien and Studio Gang, honing a focus on craft, rigor and quality design. She holds a B. Arch from Cornell University, an MBA, and an M. Arch II from the Harvard GSD.

Her awards include three Architizer A+ Awards, a Design Honor Award from the AIA: New England, a Core77 Award for excellence in the built environment and a nomination for the EU Mies Van Der Rohe award. Most recently, the Alpine Shelter was featured on the cover of  Environmental Living from Phaidon Press.