Situ Studio was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 2005, while its four partners were studying architecture at Cooper Union.
In early 2014, Situ Studio completed Design Lab, a re-design of New York Hall of Science’s 10,000 square foot main exhibition space. Recent projects include Hava Nagila: A Song for the People, an exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage; reOrder, a site specific architectural environment for the Brooklyn Museum’s Great Hall; and the Solar Pavilions, a series of three outdoor travelling pavilions that were installed at the CitySol Festival in NYC as well as other events in Brooklyn, Miami and New Jersey from 2006-2009.
In 2011 the firm received Interior Design's Best of Year award for the reOrder installation and in 2006 the Award for Excellence in Design by the Art Commission of the City of New York. Situ Studio has exhibited work at the Guggenheim Museum, AIA Center for Architecture, the Van Alen Institute and the Fordham University Gallery at Lincoln Center.
Situ Studio’s projects have been published in The New York Times, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Architectural Record, LOG, C3, The Architect’s Newspaper, Interior Design, MARK, and 30,60,90. The partners have taught at Pratt Institute, GSAPP, and Columbia University and give workshops and lectures internationally.