Henry Smith-Miller: Development of Thresholds: The Edge of Infrastructure Along Rural and Urban Environments

AAP NYC Fall 2011 Lecture Series

Henry Smith-Miller founded Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects (SMH+) with Laurie Hawkinson in 1983. The studio’s work derives inspiration from an ongoing investigation into contemporary culture, its history, and its complex changing relationship to society and contemporary ideas. Significant completed projects include the Corning Museum of Glass, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal, and “Strategic Open Space” Public Realm Improvement Strategy for Lower Manhattan. Recent projects include newly completed land ports of entry at Champlain and Massena, New York; an Emergency Medical Services building for the City of New York; and a redevelopment of Louise Nevelson Plaza for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.