NEA Studio

ABOUT

NEA Studio
Architect
Landscape Architect
Design/build

The award-winning practice operates in an environment in which project management and implementation takes place in parallel with model-making, prototyping and experimentation with ideas, materials, and manufacturing processes. With a focus on sustainable design, the office maintains a cross-disciplinary nature where research and sharing ideas is an essential part of work philosophy. NEA Studio continues to design, develop and exhibit solar lights and furniture while practicing architecture at New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In 2018, the office completed a LEED certified residence in Long Island, and co-designed a public solar lighting installation for the Bronx River Park.

WORK

LANDSCAPE SOFA

This modular textile-covered L-shaped sofa incorporates daybed and seat on the backside. Outdoor version also available.

TRIBECA LOFT

The loft was published in New York City Time Out in the fall of 2004.

Solar Chandelier

ARCTIC LINE

CRYSTALLIZED CHAIR CRYSTALLIZED TABLE CAPE CHAIR

Cocoon Cottage

Cocoon, in Long Island, NY, is half opaque and curved house facing its neighbors to the north and west, and half crystaline and transparent facing the east and south. The house will be LEED certified, incorporating translucent photovoltaic panels as skylights, local building materials, as well as passive heating and cooling strategies.

ALGAE LAMPS

Algae is molded into cylindrical lamp shades that glow from the interior. The algae pieces can be grouped into different lengths to form a chandelier.

3D PRINTED LATITUDE LIGHTS

Latitude Light, an indoor/outdoor solar-powered lamp that emits atmospheric light, can be fabricated in many variants according to the customer’s location or latitude.