EFGH is a multi-disciplinary architectural partnership founded in 2007 in New York City, by principals Hayley Eber and Frank Gesualdi. The studio actively pursues a diverse range of work, from large-scale public spaces to media design, from buildings and interior architecture to urban design competitions. EFGH practices a research-driven architecture that generates innovative design and inventive solutions. The work focuses on responsive design concepts and building techniques that redefine conventional notions of program, material and context. Current projects include the design of a public park for the city of Rosario, Argentina, spatial strategies for the New York Jets Stadium, the interior branding and fit-out for Dogmatic- a gourmet flagship store in NYC, and the design of a new headquarters for CineReach. EFGH claimed a prize for their submission to Envisioning Gateway: A Public Design Competition for Gateway National Park and were recently represented at the Hong Kong Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/ Architecture. Their projects have been published in numerous journals, such as Praxis10: Urban Matters, Frame Magazine and Domus. EFGH recently participated in Open House, a one-day event and symposium led by Droog in collaboration with Diller Scofidio + Renfro.