i/thee is a family and friends design-build studio with projects around the world. Our designs celebrate the co-sentience of everything in the environment; living and non-living; past and present; I and thee.
Members hold a diverse set of experiences including working at Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo, Japan, roughing the Alaskan Bush, and hiking the entire Pacific Crest Trail all the way from Mexico to Canada by foot. Members have studied at the University of Virginia, the Architectural Association of London, and the Ohio State University.
Our short oeuvre includes a list of accomplishments and hurdles including, but not limited to: building a sculptural "cathedral" in the Hungarian countryside with a group of international students; developing, funding and executing a multi-acre habitable sculpture garden in the Southern Californian desert alongside the local community; and having our work censored at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival for being too politically critical.