We work by doing a lot of workshops with our clients as well as seen and unseen stakeholder groups. By engaging those involved with and impacted by a project, we excel at negotiating multiple viewpoints and agendas to create pointed and meaningful design solutions across scales that are more technologically and sustainably advanced. Often involving competing interests or capital needs, wHY integrates engagement into the design process while working across the firm’s four workshops to deliver a holistic solution.


Clients

Cultural Institutions

Asian Art Museum
Art Institute of Chicago
Birmingham Museum of Art
The Broad Art Foundation
The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Harvard Art Museums
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Museum of Contemporary Art
Paul and Maurice Marciano Art Foundation
Santa Monica Museum of Art/Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles
Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts (experience with Ando)
Speed Art Museum
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Tower Hill Botanical Garden
Tyler Museum of Art
Worcester Art Museum
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (experience with Ando)
Teatro Armani (experience with Ando)

Collectors and Individuals

Al Shands
Richard Pandiscio and Todd Eberle
Robbie Antonio
Bill & Maria Bell
Dagny Corcoran
Takuji Masuda
Francois Pinault
Tom Ford
Iwan Baan

Educational Institutions

CalArts | California Institute of the Arts
Pomona College

Retailers and Dealers

Art Catalogues at LACMA
Billionaire Boys Club Ice Cream
Estate 4
Royal/T
R&Company (R20th Century Design)
James Perse
Heath Ceramics

Collaborators

Artists

Jeff Koons
Ellsworth Kelly
Paul McCarthy
Richard Serra
Adam Silverman
Rirkrit Tiravanija
Yoko Ono

Architects

Davis Architects
Beyer Blinder Belle
OUTOFBOX Architecture
Tadao Ando Architects and Associates
KNBA

Exhibit Design

Gopion
Cinnabar
C&G Partners

Landscape Architects

Heritage Landscapes
Reed Hilderbrand
Lutsko Associates
Civitas

Engineers

Arup
Buro Happold
Sherwood Design
Werner Sobek