In this era of the unprecedented intersection of art, architecture, and design, cultural institutions are often on the front lines of exchange between these fields, whether operating as incubators for new forms of hybridized production or as the last bastions of traditional disciplinary distinctions. Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample, founders of New York–based MOS Architects, have repeatedly crossed professional divides and engaged artistic practice in their workboth in direct collaborations, such as in their 2004 design with Pierre Huyghe for a puppet theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, or in the design of work spaces for artists such as Terry Winters, whose studio they completed in 2008. Here, Meredith and Sample discuss the opportunities and challenges offered by a recent commission to design new studio buildings for Krabbesholm School in Skive, Denmarkspaces specifically
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