For the collaboration Tim Durfee & Iris Anna Regn, the two partners combine their expertise from their respective studios: Tim Durfee Studio, for conceptual design and media, and Iris Regn for social practice and material experimentation. Together, their collaboration has produced award-winning exhibitions and installations for major cultural institutions, small buildings, furniture, and urban communication systems.
Durfee and Regn also collaborate with other designers and artists on complex, multi-year projects, bringing multiple layers of expertise to a diverse portfolio; among these are Louise Sandhaus, Juliette Bellocq, Joe Prichard, Brian Roettinger, Rick Valicenti, and Lorraine Wild.
Tim Durfee directs Tim Durfee Studio, and conducts his design research through amp - a studio he operates through Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design. Previously, he taught architectural design at SCI-Arc, where he was Director of Visual Studies. His work engages a range of subjects and media – including buildings, constructed objects and spaces, video, interfaces, maps, and writing. He has an M.Arch from Yale University.
Iris Anna Regn is co-founder of the ongoing art and design project BROODWORK:Creative Practice and Family Life. Regn is also a contributing writer forHerman Miller Lifework. She is a Family and Practice Advisor for the A+D Museuman advisor for Big City Forum, and a board member of the LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design. She holds a BA in French Literature from Smith College and an MArch from SCI-Arc.
They are based in Los Angeles, California.
Present and Past Contributors
Roy Craig Katz
T Rives Rash
Jennifer Yukie Takeshi