Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen founded creative architectural firm Snarkitecture back in 2008 after meeting while they were both still students at New York City’s Cooper Union. They decided on the name after reading Lewis Carroll’s poem The Hunting of the Snark, a story of misfits journeying into the unknown. Together, they hope to bridge the gap between the worlds of art and architecture.
Recently, Complex sat down with both Arsham and Mustonen to ask them about their creative process and reflect on ten projects that have defined their brand. “There is a degree of cheekiness to Snarkitecture’s work. They use the constraints of a space to their advantage, flipping the script to make the audience see the banal in a new context,” the article states. Turn the page to take a look at some of their best work and check out the full feature here.