studioRON

About

studioRON is a design collective whose speculations are pursued through the development and fabrication of architecturally focused drawings, installations, prototypes, and inhabitable spaces. Our multidisciplinary work is process based and seeks to construct responses which are site specific and always developed under an architecturally ground lens.

studioRON has designed and fabricated installations for the WUHO Gallery for Art and Architecture in 2011, the Philadelphia AIA National Convention’s 2016 Parklet Design Competition and Design Philadelphia’s 2016 Pearl Street Passage with BCJ Architects, as well as various installations for Temple University’s department of Architecture and private collectors. studioRON has been selected for and attended the Ikea Bauhaus Summer Workshop in Dessau, Germany and has had speculative projects published in the Bartlett School of Architecture’s Drawing Futures.

Our explorations are inherently physical in order to respond to the sensory means through which we explore our world.

 

studioRON is

Justin Bernard, justin@studioron.com

Eric Mayer, ericmayerjr@gmail.com

Please feel free to contact us.

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studioRON is a design collective whose speculations are pursued through the development and fabrication of architecturally focused drawings, installations, prototypes, and inhabitable spaces. Our multidisciplinary work is process based and seeks to construct responses which are site specific and always developed under an architecturally ground lens.

studioRON has designed and fabricated installations for the WUHO Gallery for Art and Architecture in 2011, the Philadelphia AIA National Convention’s 2016 Parklet Design Competition and Design Philadelphia’s 2016 Pearl Street Passage with BCJ Architects, as well as various installations for Temple University’s department of Architecture and private collectors. studioRON has been selected for and attended the Ikea Bauhaus Summer Workshop in Dessau, Germany and has had speculative projects published in the Bartlett School of Architecture’s Drawing Futures.

Our explorations are inherently physical in order to respond to the sensory means through which we explore our world.

 

studioRON is

Justin Bernard

Eric Mayer

Hannah Candelaria