Abigail Coover Hume and Nathan Hume are partners at Hume Coover Studio where they create unexpected moments through dynamic relationships between forms and people. The work places an emphasis on experimenting with the interplay between geometry, strange materiality, and perception to create saturated spaces capable of enveloping users and eliciting new encounters. They both received their Masters of Architecture from the Yale University School of Architecture. Their work and writings have been published in the New York Times, Wired, Metropolis, Tarp, and Project and exhibited at the Yale University School of Architecture, the New York Center for Architecture and the Museum of Modern Art. Abigail and Nathan are also co-creators and editors of suckerPUNCHdaily.com a website that reviews the work of contemporary artists, architects and designers who offer the stunningly unexpected. Through suckerPUNCH they mounted the exhibition Fresh Punches at the Land of Tomorrow gallery and published the accompanying book. They are both Visiting Assistant Professors at Pratt Institute, lecturers at PennDesign, and critics at the Yale School of Architecture.


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