I am interested in space, more than meaning, in the architecture of movement and flux, of time and event, rather than object and monument. I am interested in the emptiness that material constructs. I am interested in the invisible.
California architectural and planning projects include the California Museum of Photography in Riverside; DiNapoli House in Los Gatos; McDonald House in Stinson Beach; Oxbow Art School in Napa, Quady Winery in Madera, three speculative houses in Tiburon Shores, Lofts on Folsom, Third, Lafayette, Tennessee and Natoma Streets in San Francisco, and numerous houses. Other projects include nine park structures in Mill Race Park, Columbus, IN and the New England Holocaust Memorial, Boston, MA.
Work exhibited in Fabrications at the Wexner Center for the Art and in Geological Architecture, organized by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, in Riverside, San Francisco, New York, Boston an Minneapolis. Work also included in The Emerging Generation in the U.S.A., Tokyo and Forty Under Forty, in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco. Awards include AIA 1998 Henry Bacon Medal for Memorial Architecture, an the Boston Society of Architects 1997 Harleston Parker Award. Design Awards Jury, Progressive Architecture.
Stanley Saitowitz: A House in Transvaal (1996)
Stanley Saitowitz: Architecture at Rice 33 (1994)