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Award-Winning Schacht Aslani Architects Joins Mithun’s Integrated Design Practice

Mithun and Schacht Aslani have a long history of complementary expertise and professional collaboration, and this new union leverages the knowledge and client work of both firms for a wide range of projects.

Posted: 12.04.2019


Anthropometry, the study of the human body’s shape and proportion, is one of architecture’s earliest tropes. Expanding on this tradition, a recent Mithun R+D effort investigated how the body can be embedded within contemporary design utilizing emergent digital fabrication tools. Read about the application of computer scripting, 3D printing and five-axis CNC fabrication to the design and fabrication of a concrete bench at Louisiana Children’s Museum: http://mithun.com/2020/02/11/body-parametrics/ (clickable link in bio). Photo: @k7scott

Posted: 02.12.2020


Body Parametrics

A Mithun R+D effort investigates how the body can be embedded within contemporary design utilizing emergent digital fabrication tools.



Mithun’s All-Electric Housing Projects Featured in Urban Land

The firm’s experience with all-electric affordable housing projects supports the case for a fossil-free future.



21st Century Workforce Training. The Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology (CAMT) co-locates manufacturing-related programs and workforce development activities into a signature, state-of-the-art facility to serve as a magnet for students, teachers and industry partners. Classrooms and labs are designed to adapt to evolving programmatic and pedagogical needs. A focal point of the building is the “5th Lab,” a central atrium and multi-purpose space for group projects, demonstrations, displays and industry events. Designed as Schacht Aslani Architects with RGU Architecture, associate architect / lab planner; design-build project delivery in collaboration with Mortenson. Photos: @laraswimmer

Posted: 02.05.2020


National Nordic Museum Receives 2020 Buildy Award

The Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM) recognizes the National Nordic Museum with its top honor for new museums.