Weiss|Manfredi Architecture|Landscape|Urbanism is at the forefront of architectural design practices that are redefining the relationships between landscape, architecture, infrastructure, and art. The firm’s projects are noted for clarity of vision, bold and iconic forms, and material innovation. The firm’s projects, including the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park, the University of Pennsylvania Nanotechnology Center, Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, the Barnard College Diana Center, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, exemplify the potential of architecture and landscape design to transform public space. The firm is currently working on the competition-winning design for the Sylvan Theater, an outdoor amphitheater at the Washington Monument Grounds that recasts a forgotten site into a public setting in Washington, D.C. and the Corporate Co-Location Building on Cornell NYC Tech’s groundbreaking new Roosevelt Island campus. Weiss/Manfredi received the American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award, Harvard University’s International V.R. Green Urban Design Prize, World Architecture Festival Nature Award, and their work is in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Smithsonian, and the Guggenheim Museum.