Enter Architecture was established by Patrick Keane in New York in 1998. Keane, who had earned a masters degree from Princeton University the year before, practiced architecture in both New York and Bangkok over the next eight years, during which time he worked with many internationally recognized architects including Steven Holl, Peter Eisenman and Richard Meier. He returned to Sydney in 2006 having been commissioned for a number of projects, namely "The Invisible House," "The Kokopo House" and "Cluster Housing".
The dawn of the 21st Century has seen the emergence of a new era architecturally – one in which design processes have become nonlinear, multithreaded and interdisciplinary. Enter Architecture's collective approach restructures traditional methods of architectural thinking and production. With new technologies becoming part of everyday life, the firm sees itself designing ‘environments’, fusing traditional design approaches with emerging ones to achieve a diverse and revolutionary range of results.
EnterArchitecture uses technologies from marine and aerospace industries in both the conception fabrication and production stages of development. These filter-down technologies, therefore, inform and drive a non-traditional process. The results are spontaneous and transformative in their ability to challenge entrenched practices, redefining what it means to live in a modern society by providing new and diverse options for habitation.
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