Hariri & Hariri – Architecture
“Hariri & Hariri – Architecture” was established in New York City by Iranian-born sisters Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri in 1986. The integration of digital technology, inventive use of materials, a sense of place, and social agenda – qualities often considered mutually exclusive in architecture – catalytically coexist in Hariri & Hariri’s dynamic work. Their pure understanding of light and space, and the philosophical search for the essence of existence is a consistent theme in all of their projects. Through this dedication to the research and construction of innovative ideas, the firm has completed a number of high-profile projects, including the now iconic Sagaponac House, the first of numerous homes by internationally acclaimed architects gathered by the late Coco Brown for his “Houses at Sagaponac” development.