THINKLAB was established in New York, and is an award-winning global design firm. The company's principals are registered architects in New York, dedicated to seamlessly integrating global technological innovations with local market expertise. Through their extensive experience in land development, architectural design, and construction, they focus on creating exceptional residences and researching residential culture, striving to produce designs that are rich in humanistic aesthetics and aligned with market demands.
THINKLAB believes that cutting-edge innovation stems from rigorous technical research. The company employs the Revit BIM design system, combined with other design software such as Enscape, Rhino, Sketchup, and AutoCAD. This integration enables precise collaboration and efficient communication among development teams, construction teams, vendors, and internal stakeholders.
The company places a strong emphasis on nurturing talent that evolves with the industry. They believe that a broader perspective leads to more thorough practice and solid creativity.
之物建築Think.Lab Architects work across broad multi-disciplinary spectrum, which is highly regarded for its capability to invent smart, elegant, sustainable and exciting designs that redefine the relationships between landscape, architecture, infrastructure, and art. We believe the new approach of architectural practice is carefully merging global technological innovation with local market and embracing each project’s unique context and specific constrains.
At Think.Lab, we also believe that cutting-edge innovation comes from solid technology research. Our in-house research team, Think.Lab Technology Studio (TLTS), as an independent lab, aims to explore new design methodologies, including BIM, Virtual Reality, Digital Fabrication, virtual construction, environment simulation, computational design, workflows and big data.TLTS and project design teams constantly work together to tailor the personality of each project, proving front edge creative design solutions.