- Our reception desk for the University of Houston College of Architecture is featured in the July/August issue of Texas Architect, on Makers.
Ben Koush writes on three Texas architecture firms engaged in making. "Three up-and-coming Texas architectural practices are showing that bigger isn't always better. Recent projects from Austin-based MF Architecture and Houston firms Metalab and LOJO [along with Cord Bowen] nimbly navigate the hazy areas between interiors, installation art, and furniture." We designed the desk in collaboration with Cord Bowen; it was fabricated out of CNC-milled Corian and reconstituted ebony by Brochsteins Custom Architectural Woodwork.more
- On October 6th, 2014 at 6 PM, LOJO will give a public lecture on their recent work and approaches. The lecture is free and open to the public. Preston Geren Lecture Hall, College of Architecture.
- LOJO Partners Matt Johnson and Jason Logan will lecture at CCA and at Stanford University on October 8th and 9th, respectively. Their lecture, titled "Conditioning," considers questions of climate and context in contemporary architecture—and how LOJO's work approaches these issues.
- Matt Johnson's piece "The Milieu Intérieur," on the thermodynamics of bodies and buildings, was published in the Spring 2014 issue of the MIT architecture journal Thresholds.
"Is Livability Overrated? Notes on a Possible Houstonism" Published in MONU: Magazine on Urbanism #13
- Notes on a Possible Houstonism. Each year, hundreds of magazines around the world issue their own “most livable city” surveys. These questionnaires attempt to measure urbanism by the vague idea of quality of life.