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Selected Bibliography

Syrkett, Asad. "The Tiny Cabin Goes High Design in New Micro Housing Concept," Curbed. October 2017.

Howarth, Dan. "Bureau V adds playful appendages to MINI Living Urban Cabin," Dezeen. October 2017.

Edelson, Zachary. "Bureau V Collaborates With MINI LIVING to Design 'Urban Cabin',” Metropolis. October 2017.

Lubell, Sam. "Amazing Things Architects Make When They Aren’t Architecting," Wired. January 2017.

González de Henn, Eugenia. “Sonidos a lo Grande.” Vogue México. November 2016, 174-5.

Bryce, Emma. "This Innovative Auditorium is Sealed in Perfect Silence." Wired UK. March 2016.

Stein, Amelia and Sophia Mitchell. "Bureau V's National Sawdust has been born of a love of music, musicians and musical integrity." Architectural Review. January 2016.

Moreno, Shonquis. "Bureau V Tunes the Interior of Brooklyn Musical Venue National Sawdust." Frame. January 2016.

Lubell, Sam. "The Amazing Architecture that Captivated us in 2015." Wired. December 31, 2015.

Rosenberg, Zoe. "NYC's Best New Architecture of 2015, From the Whitney to 2 WTC." Curbed. December 30, 2015.

"Ten Best Arts Centers of 2015." Architectural Record. December 22, 2015.

Fixsen, Anna. "Pitch Perfect." Architectural Record. December 2015, 102-107.

Sisson, Patrick. "How a Brooklyn Venue Rewrote the Rules for Concert Halls." Curbed. December 2, 2015.

Morris, Ali. "Back to the future: Bureau V designs new music hall, National Sawdust in New York." Wallpaper*. November 17, 2015.

Lubell, Sam. "Brooklyn's Bureau V Merges Architecture With Fashion, Music, Art, and More." Curbed. November 12, 2015.

"Bureau V converts an old Brooklyn sawdust factory into a concert hall." Dezeen Magazine. November 3, 2015.

Budds, Diana. "To Block Out The Cacophony of NYC, This Music Venue Rests On A Bed Of Springs." Fast Company. October 30, 2015.

Stinson, Liz. "This Music Hall Is Pretty Much Star Wars Meets Bach." Wired. October 16, 2015.

Rhoades, Lindsey. "Williamsburg's Bright New Diamond National Sawdust Will Change the Way Modern Music Is Made." The Village Voice, October 6, 2015, Music sec.

Platt, Russell. "Dust Bowl: Musicians Get Their Hands Dirty at Brooklyn's National Sawdust." The New Yorker, 2015.

Woolfe, Zachary. "National Sawdust, a Music Space Years in the Making, Opens in Brooklyn." New York Times, October 2, 2015, Music sec.

Davidson, Justin. "A Fantastic Opening for National Sawdust." Vulture. October 2, 2015.

Davidson, Justin. "Can This Start-up with Cellos Shake Up Classical Music's Business-as-Usual?" New York Magazine, September 9, 2015.

Eby, Margaret. "The Transformers." Columbia Magazine. Fall 2015.

Feinstein, Laura. "Meet The Young Brooklyn Architect With Designs On Making Opera Hip." GOOD Magazine. July 27, 2015.

Newill, Eric. “Gold Rush: The Brooklyn-Based Architectural Firm Bureau V Pushes Art Beyond the Blueprint,” Vault Magazine, May 2012, 184-5.

Catton, Pia. “Music Workshop Slated for Brooklyn.” The Wall Street Journal, April 24, 2012.

Chabin, Matt. “Is an Unconventional Music Venue with a Jagged Design the Last Hope for Williamsburg's Art Scene?.” The New York Observer, April 24, 2012.

“Original Music Workshop To Open Venue In Old Williamsburg Sawdust Factory.” The Huffington Post, April 24, 2012.

Shaw, Matt. “Unveiled> An Acoustic Renewal in Brooklyn by Bureau V.” The Architects Newspaper, April 30, 2012.

Swanson, Abbie Fentress. “New Music Venue to Open in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.” WNYC, April 24, 2012.

"New York Realities: Laura Treviño". Animal, Fall 2011, 54-7..

“Bureau V > Ecco Eco.” Monitor, June 2010, 74-6.

Coover, Abigail, and Nate Hume. “In the Ring.” Tarp Architecture Manual, Spring 2010, 10-19.

Gartenfeld, Alex. “Young N.Y. Architecture Showcase.” Pin-Up: Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, Fall Winter 2009/2010, 47.

De Looz, Pierre Alexandre. “Bureau V.” Pin-Up: Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, Fall Winter 2009/2010, 135-9.

Matt Chabin, “Bureau V: the AntiPopUp.” The Architects Newspaper, September 17, 2009.

“Good Riddance: Tonight's the Beginning of the End in Art.” Interview, August 27, 2009.