Kyna Leski on The Private Side of Public Work podcast
3SIXØ Principal Kyna Leski sat down with Ingrid Heilke, host of The Private Side of Public Work podcast, for a conversation on the creative process.
Principals Kyna Leski and Chris Bardt inducted into RI Design Hall of Fame
3SIXØ Principals Kyna Leski and Chris Bardt were both independently given Lifetime Achievement Awards and inducted into the RI Design Hall of Fame.
Do Creative Minds Matter?
The architectural writer Louis Postel inquires about the role of creative discovery at times when pragmatic solutions are in immediate demand. https://blog.graphisoftus.com/graphisoft/do-creative-minds-matter
Article in a+u on the work of Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk
"Dear Carl," written by 3six0 Principal Kyna Leski, appears in the October issue of a+u. An excerpt from this article: The line your architecture defines has taken on many nuanced forms over the years; in some cases, it is not a line anymore. Sometimes it is a smudge...
Kyna Leski at the Aquarium of the Pacific
3SIX0 Principal Kyna Leski discusses the origins of creativity, her experiences researching it, and her book, The Storm of Creativity in this Aquacast, recorded at the Aquarium of the Pacific on March 29, 2016.
Waterfront House in the Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal also did a piece on the waterfront house we designed on the coast in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. The article notes the complexities of navigating codes to create a design that addresses local conditions and the client's aspirations....
The House That Saved Their Marriage
The Wall Street Journal featured our Our Double Loft project in their article, "The House That Saved Their Marriage." The article includes a nice, short video walk-through of the project.
Overlooking Local RI Designers
Politics effects vision again: RI administration overlooks the stellar designers we have. (Cicilline, when mayor did the same thing when choosing the firm for the design of a pedestrian bridge. http://3six0.com/…/providence-pedestrian-bridge-competitio…/) ...
3SIXØ Architecture Wins Two BSA Design Awards for 2015
3six0 Architecture won two Interior Architecture/Interior Design Awards for 2015 from the Boston Society of Architects, for Cottage in the Woods, in Foster, Rhode Island, and Dave's Coffee in Providence, Rhode Island. 3six0 won two of eleven awards in the category.
Statuary Marble Surprise – Defect or Asset?
As can happen when working with natural materials, we faced a last minute design challenge during the construction phase of a bath and kitchen renovation project. We had specified 12″ x 24″ honed statuary marble tile for the master bathroom floor and east wall. The...