Architecture stages relationships: between people, objects, spaces and places. Not only does it reveal existing affinities and connections, in the best cases, it creates new ones. WORKac operates at the edges of the discipline in collaboration with other fields to explore and re-invent the many intersections between architecture and the “everything else”. In particular, we believe the promise of new possibilities for Architecture to engage and shape the future lies in the revision of boundaries between the urban, the rural and the natural. Architecture is small, but it can tackle big ideas powerfully and playfully and engage the critical gravity of our time. Our work is committed to moving beyond the projected to the possible if we refashion architecture as a performative process and tool to reenvision our environment. We work hard with stubborn freshness, unshakable lightness and polemical optimism to learn from the past and imagine a different and better future. WORKac’s recent projects include a masterplan for a new cultural center on New Holland Island in St. Petersburg, Russia, a renovation and addition to the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston, Texas, Edible Schoolyards PS216 and PS7 in Brooklyn and Harlem in association with Alice Water’s Chez Panisse Foundation, and a competition-winning Assembly Hall in Libreville, Gabon to be finished for the 2014 Summit of the African Union.