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Mori was born in Kobe, Japan. She graduated in 1976 from Cooper Union, where she was mentored by John Hejduk. Prior to establishing her own firm in 1981, Toshiko Mori Architect, she worked for Edward Larrabee Barnes. At the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, she is the Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture and became the first female faculty member to receive tenure. She chaired the Architecure Department from 2002–2008. Mori has also taught at Cooper Union, Columbia, and Yale. She received an Honorary MArch from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1996; the 2003 Cooper Union John Hejduk Award; the 2005 Academy Award in Architecture; the 2005 AIA Medal of Honor from AIA New York. A monograph of her work, Toshiko Mori Architect, was published in 2008. She was on the board of directors of Architecture For Humanity. Bio adapted from Wikipedia.

Cushing Glass House

2000 - The Nancy Talbot Cottage, 338 Davis Point Road, Cushing ME. Sold to Stephen C. Power. Sold in 2012 to Donald Dennis Trust and Glass House LLC. Available for rent.

2002 - The Baron Silverstein and Nanci Gelb House, aka West Wind, 316 North Casey Key Road, Osprey FL. Sold in 2021 to Seven Ospreys LLC (Paul McCoy Family Office). Video.

2006 - aka CP Loft, aka Loft in New York City, New York NY. 5600sf. Designed with Wendy Cronk, Sonya Lee; built by Vanguard Construction; MEP, ESC Engineering; HVAC, Donnelly Mechanical, photos by Iwan Baan.

2007 - The Carol Harracksingh House, 90 Manitou Station Road, Garrison NY. 3500 sf. Designed with Sonya Lee; structural, Rodney Gibble; MEP, Plus Group; civil, Mike Carr; landscape, Quennell Rothschild; photos by Iwan Baan. Later deeded to Harracksingh's LLC. Sold in 2020 to 90 Manitou Station LLC.

2008 - The Boaz Mourad House, aka House in Taghkanic, 13 Van Hoesen Road, Craryville NY. Designed with Alexandra Barker, Wendy Cronk, Sonya Lee; built by C & L General Construction; structural, Rodney Gibble Consulting Engineers; civil, Crawford & Associates Engineering; landscape, Reed Hilderbrand; photos by Iwan Baan. Featured in A/U magazine. Sold in 2020 to Taghkanic Lookout LLC.

2011 - The Kathy and Jerry Kauff House, aka House in Martha’s Vineyard, 43 Meadow Lane, Chilmark MA. 2700sf. Designed with Florian Lippman; built by Holmes Hole Builders; structural: Richmond So Engineers; landscape, Michael Van Valkenburgh; photos by Iwan Baan.


2011 - The Kate Shin Renovation, aka East 80th Townhouse Renovation, aka Waterfall Mansion, 170 East 80th Street, New York NY. Original townhouse built in 1899.

2013 - The Ola Stillman Rockefeller House, aka House on Maine Coast, 148 Bay View Street, Camden ME. Features an indoor lap pool. Designed with Justin Brown; built by Cold Mountain Builders; structural: Rodney Gibble; MEP, ICDS; civil: Mohr & Seredin; landscape: Michael Van Valkenburgh; photos by Paul Warchol. Sold to Toriko LLC.

2013 - The Bob Greenberg-Corvova Lee House, aka Weekend House, 117 Schnackenberg Road, Ghent NY. Four pavilions. Designed with Jolie Kerns, Sonya Lee, Amy Yang, Christy Cheng, Christopher Agosta, David Jaubert; built by Prutting; MEP, Landmark Facilities Group; structural, William Baker with SOM Chicago; civil, Crawford and Associates; lighting, Kugler Ning Lighting Design; landscape, Eda von Gal and Richard Herbert; concrete, Nielsen; photos by Paul Warchol / Thomas Loof.

2012 - The Sean and Mary Kelly House I, aka CP House, aka Cloudline, 11 Heather Lane, Canaan/Austerlitz NY. 74 acres, 4000 sf. Commissioned 2008. Designed with Sonya Lee and Jolie Kerns; built by Prutting; structural engineer, Rodney D. Gibble; civil engineer, Crawford and Associates; landscape design, Quennell Rothschild; lighting, Tillett Lighting Design; photos by Iwan Baan and Michael Biondo.

2013 - The Augenblick and Ross House, aka House in Bedford NY, 243 Hook Road, Bedford NY. 5300sf. Designed with Joshua Uhl, David Jaubert, Mathieu Lemeiux-Blanchard; built by Brenner Builders; structural, Rodney D. Gibble; MEP, Plus Group; lighting: Kugler Ning; landscape: Michael Van Valkenburgh; photos by Paul Warchol.

2014 - The Michael and Arlene Cohrs Condo Renovation, River Lofts, 91 Laight Street, New York NY.

2014 - The Wiley Residence, Catskills area of NY.

2014 - The Diane Woodner House, East Hampton NY. Likely unbuilt.

2014 - The Merril Halpern Renovation, 19 Sea Street, Rockport ME. Sold in 2019 to Tandra and Robert Hammer. Sold in 2021 to Katherine C. Gibson.

2015 - The House on Maine Coast IV, North Haven ME. Designed with Tei Carpenter, Marta Fenollosa; built by Cooper Construction; structural, Rodney D. Gibble; MEP, ICDS; civil, S. W. Coles; landscape, Michael Van Valkenburgh; photos by Iwan Baan.

2015 - Renovation, 152 Turner Farm Road, North Haven ME. Original house built in 1987. Sold in 2018 to Turner Farm Restoration.

2016 - The Phoebe and Nicolas de Croisset Residence, aka House in Suffolk County, 20 3rd Street, New Suffolk NY. Designed with Joshua Uhl, Bella Stone; built by Sam Wood; structural, Rodney D. Gibble; photos by Chris Mottalini / Michael Vahrenwald.

2018 - The Sean and Mary Kelly House II, aka Treeline, 11 Heather Lane, Canaan NY.  Designed with Hye-Young Chung, Jo Daekyung, Marta Fenollosa; built by Caproni; structural, Rodney D. Gibble; MEP, Gennari Plumbing; photos by Iwan Baan.

Sources include: Nature Framed, by Eva Hagberg.