Maria Counts is guest critic at UIUC First Year MLA Studio
Christopher Counts Participates in First 2nd Fridays in Chicago Arts Walk
Christopher is guest critic at UIC 3rd Year Architecture Studio
Christopher Counts is Visiting Critic at IIT College of Architecture
Maria Counts Awarded 2018 Van Alen Individual Grant for her Research Project Studying New York City Soundscapes that will be Sponsored by the New York State Council on the Arts
Counts opens Chicago office!
Christopher Counts delivers lecture at NYU "Urban Design; Places for People"
NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Christopher Counts is Invited to Participate in the Summer Exhibition at Olana, "Imagining Olana's Summer House"
This exhibition is organized by The Olana Partnership, in collaboration with the New York Chapters of The American Institute of Architects (AIANY) and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA-NY).
Maria Counts Delivers Lecture at USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles
Maria presents on her on-going research and work in a lecture titled, “Expanding the Human Experience and Performance of Urban Landscapes”. March 2016.
Counts' Attend Garden Conservancy Gala 2016 and Featured in Media Blog
The events themes was "The World We Depend on, Depends on Us" and recognizes the imminent importance of acting now to ensure that we do our part in making sure that we are the last generation who has the power to impact global health before it is too late, not the one that didn't.
Maria Debije Counts Delivers Lecture at Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Dilemma: Debate in Salt Lake City, Utah on Dan Kiley and Recent Research
Maria Debije Counts Featured in "The Making of Place" by John Dixon Hunt for her Project, "Petites fenetres"
John Dixon Hunt's new book is out and includes images and text of Maria's, "Petites fenetres" at the Jardins de Metis from the summer of '08 (pp 68-71) in "Garden Festivals and Exhibition Gardens" chapter beside Diane Balmori and Ken Smith. Available on amazon.
Counts Design Team Presents Final Stage II Competition Design for the WW1 National Memorial
The presentation was open to the public on January 6, 2016 at Jones Day, Washington, DC. All five finalists presented their final work to the final jury.
Maria and Christopher Counts are Visiting Critics at Parsons, The New School of Design
Christopher Counts is Nominated for the 2016 Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Museums National Design Award in Landscape Architecture
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s 2016 National Design Awards is a nationwide awards program honoring excellence, innovation, and lasting achievement in American design.
Counts is Selected as a Finalist for the WW1 National Memorial from 350+ Entries
Stage I has been completed and the finalists have been announced for moving onto the next phase of design work. Counts Studio has been invited to develop their ideas further with more detail to compete in the second stage.
Counts Hosts Final Design Critique for Waterfront Studios
Critics included members from Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Studio Gang Architecture, NYC Parks Department and Parsons School of Design among others. May 2015
Maria and Christopher Counts are Invited Critics at Yale University
A final review for the Ecological Urban Design: Earth Stewardship Initiative along the American River Parkway taught by Alexander Felson, Assistant Professor at the Yale University School of Architecture School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Director, Urban Ecology and Design Lab and the Joint Degree FES + SOA. December 2014.
Maria and Christopher Counts Teaching Studio Exhibition is On Display at the Stuckeman School of Architecture
Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture on a two-story wall in the design building. 2014-2015. Click to read article published online by the Penn State Department of Landscape Architecture
Topographic Urbanism and Ecological and Social Performance Studio Reviews are on Display at Penn State
Publication of Christopher Counts, Stuckeman Professor including student work with Maria Counts, editor. May 2014.
Counts Featured in LW Magzine Issue 68 for Moore Square Project
Christopher Counts' Graduate Colloquium Study Course Exhibits at Penn State
Fall 2013. The Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
Counts is Featured in LW Magzine Issue 70 for Master Plan Design of Qianshan New City
Christopher Counts Delivers Lecture at Penn State on Recent Work
October 17 2013.
Counts Exhibition Opens at the Willard G. Rouse III Gallery
Maria and Christopher Counts are Featured in Westchester Magazine at Blithewood Gardens in Rhinebeck, New York
Record Sales are Set for the Mega City Project with Counts Studio Designed Master Plan
Christopher Counts Studio designed the 55- acre on-structure civic landscape design North and South Site that will service over fifty towers, commercial, and a five-star hotel for a population of 15,000 people. Covering a GFA of 1.1 million sq m, the project is the largest urban reconstruction project in Zhuhai and the largest urban complex under construction at this moment. Click to learn more about the project.
Beijing Masters Garden for the International Expo Construction is Completed and Opens to Visitors
Counts Studio completes garden in Beijing as part of the International Garden Expo alongside Peter Walker, Peter Latz, Diana Balmori, Toru Mitani and more. May 2013. Click to learn more about the project.
Counts Master Plan Mega City Project Begins Construction on the South Site and North Site
Click to learn more about the Elevated Master Plan for Qianshan New City in Zhuhai, China.
Maria and Christopher Counts Make the New York Times for the 'Dancing in the Rain' at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Photo by Bill Cunningham
Beijing Expo Garden Beings Construction
Counts Studio's Beijing Expo Garden International Competition winning proposal starts construction on the pedestrian bridge
Christopher Counts is Visiting Critic at the University of Toronto
Christopher Counts is Featured in Snap Magazine as Emerging Designer
Counts is Featured in Chinese Design Magazine
Christopher Counts is Featured in Delta Sky Magazine as "New York's Hottest Landscape Architects"