Founded in 2003 by Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample, and based in New York, MOS is at the forefront of innovation. This applies not only to its projects but also to the management of interdisciplinary teams with a strong experimental drive.
Designed in 2005, the “Floating House” on Lake Huron in Canada is one of their most acclaimed works. This prototype of sustainable architecture makes a building float by constructing its base on pontoons.
Their experiments include tests with programmers to develop new computer software in projects like FORTRESS (Software nº 1), NET (Software nº 7), and CRUMPLE (Software nº 9).
The members of MOS teach at the architecture schools of the universities of Princeton and Columbia. Their work has been published in magazines like Log and El Croquis. Their first book was entitled Everything All at Once (2013). Why do you think they gave it this title?