Writer David Plick’s interview with Peter Tolkin and Sarah Lorenzen for “The Value of Architecture.” (August 19, 2017) Three weeks ago The Value of Architecture had the pleasure to host a Twilight Event at Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House II, a designated National Historic Landmark. It was there where we had the pleasure to meet Sarah Lorenzen, AIA, a professor of architecture at Cal Poly Pomona, and partner at the innovative Los Angeles firm, Peter Tolkin Architects. Sarah has been spearheading the renovation of …
Peter Tolkin and Sarah Lorenzen were recently interviewed by Paul Petrunia and Nicholas Karody of Archinect on their decision to join forces. “The two discuss their new venture together, their “Dunnage Balls” project for the Arroyo Seco festival, and how temporary works can offer architects a venue to explore and experiment singular ideas without the larger constraints that come with built works.” Listen to ‘Next Up: Arroyo Seco Weekend’ Mini-Sessions with Peter and Sarah.
In a June 18th article on the planning related news website Planetizen, Peter Tolkin discusses with writer Anna Bergren Miller how small firms are tackling large scale issues such as water reclamation, zero-net energy, and public space activation by becoming their own producers and developing their own projects which address diverse topics. To read the full article click here.
An interview with Peter Tolkin will be featured in the upcoming issue of New American Luxury. reference: New American Luxury: Peter Tolkin Architecture