Shaping Place

Duda|Paine Architects


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SpecificationsBinding: Hardbound ISBN: 978-1-951541-10-1 Pages: 348pp Publication Date: Spring 2021 Size: 9″ x 11″ Portrait World Rights: Available

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In Shaping Place, founders Turan Duda, FAIA, and Jeffrey Paine, FAIA, and Duda|Paine’s studio leaders discuss the evolution of their work and the history of its thematic roots. The firm’s ideas on public space, outdoor environments, new working and learning models, and contextual responsiveness come to life in projects for wellness, academia, the workplace and urban development using a range of scales, material qualities, structural systems and architectural palettes. Steve Dumez, FAIA, of Eskew Dumez Ripple, provides new perspective on the firm’s work within the larger field of architecture.

Turan Duda has helped shape the future of universities, organizations and cities nationally and internationally. He is a frequent speaker for academic programs, professional organizations and civic groups on urban place-making, the importance of public space and collaborative design methods.

Jeffrey Paine advances collaboration and decision-making processes to bring successful projects to life in the U.S. and abroad. He shares his “long view” of the impact of design on communities and economic growth in graduate programs in architecture, real estate development, business and professional practice.

Principals Russ Holcomb, Sanjeev Patel, Scott Shell and Jay Smith guide the design and delivery of Duda|Paine Architects’ corporate, commercial, cultural and higher education projects. Together they lead a single-studio culture that fosters creativity, innovation and learning.

Duda|Paine Architects designs based on an enduring equation of people, ideas, creative thinking and technology. At the heart of their process is a workshop-based studio that generates solutions using a variety of creative tools that bring new solutions to planning, buildings and spaces for diverse clients and communities.







Publication date

Spring 2021


9" x 11" Portrait

World rights