Transart House


The Transart House is a residence for a client whose creative activities as an artist and independent curator in Houston engage the intersections between art and anthropology. The project consists of two buildings; a new 3,000 square foot primary building and a repurposed 1,200 square foot private art studio in back that are arranged along a paved court. The new building is intended to accommodate visitors, exhibit art and host dinners that spark conversations which engage broader community dialogue about the role art plays in the lives of people, providing a space for the critical intersection between art and anthropology. (Photos: Naho Kubota)

TYPE : Residential Cultural

CLIENT : Surpik Angelini

STATUS : Completed April 2018

DESIGN TEAM : Giorgio Angelini, Tucker Douglas, Ane Gonzalez, Nathan Keibler, Kevin Lin, Anika Schwarzwald, Ian Searcy, Anastasia Yee, Hazal Yücel, Yixin Zhou

LOCATION : Houston, Texas