Lance Hosey

Monticello African - American Burial Ground Memorial:

International competition winner, 2002. Commemorative site to be built in honor of the enslaved community at Thomas Jefferson's historic home in Charlottesville, VA.
Published in AIArchitect, Columbia College Today, Yale Constructs, Richmond Times-Dispatch, and Charlottesville Daily Progress, 2002. Featured on Charlottesville television news, NBC local affiliate.

Blind House:

1,500 square foot guest house and writer's retreat on large estate in Central Virginia, designed 2001. Shuttered rainscreen accommodates seasonal use and varying light levels. Inspired by hunting blinds, jalousie houses and other regional types.

HALO communication booth:

Competition entry, 2001. Kiosk for private internet hook-up. Re-examines the use of glass in modern architecture. Plate glass is replaced by a glass fiber shell that lights up with electronic activity, making social use visible. Published Design Issues, Summer 2002.

Memorial to the Los Angeles Riots:

Hypothetical remembrance of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. Echoes temporary constructions used to protect storefronts during the riots, exposing widespread paranoia. Construction details and dimensions allow no "tolerance," so the final condition of the installation will be determined by the stress and strain of use. Exhibited at the National Building Museum, Fall 2001. Published CRiT, Fall 2002.

Interactive Applications Group [iapps]:

4,500 square foot commercial office space for an Internet development company, Washington, DC, completed 1999. The layout and image are inspired by the company's work habits. The plan, details, and furnishings are designed to maximize adaptability.
Winner, 2000 AIA Award of Excellence and 2002 IIDA Best Workplace Award. Named one the 50 best workplaces in the capital area, Washingtonian magazine. Published Urbanland, January 2001.

Ryan Residence:

1,500 square foot apartment renovation, Washington, DC, completed 1997.
Winner, 1999 AIA Award of Excellence (Northern Virginia Chapter). Published Residential Architect, August 1999, and Color in Small Space Design (McGraw-Hill), 2002.