SPACE: Univ. of Miami School of Architecture

LOCATION: Coral Gables, FL

DATES: February 2019


Now that the office has grown, we are becoming less distracted by form and more interested in the “chemistry” of space – meaning how different materials make us feel; what history and memory and patina bring to a place; the importance of lightness, darkness and shadow; and so on.

This exhibit, which was sponsored by the University of Miami School of Architecture, allowed us to reflect on past work as well as contemplate the future direction of the office, specifically exploring the spatial and atmospheric qualities in architecture that move or affect us emotionally.

The exhibit features nine framed photographs (40” x 60”) of recent design projects by Brillhart Architecture, along with two finished paintings by Jacob Brillhart, and a large table of models and materials.


To view the digital catalogue, please click here.



To view the lecture, please click below.