Inter-Projects Architecture, PLLC is an architecture firm dedicated to the intersection of building and experimental research. We are creative problem solvers, life-long learners, academics and inter-disciplinary thinkers. We love to do projects collaboratively: small projects like furniture and sculptures, big projects like buildings and interiors, and imaginary projects like exhibitions and academic work. We have offices in New York City and Oklahoma City where we work on projects throughout North America.
Our work has been featured in Art Forum, Architect, Architectural Record and Design New England magazines, recognized by AIA Oklahoma, and shown in galleries and museums in NYC, Los Angeles, Dubai, Santiago de Chile, Rotterdam, and Beijing.
Deborah Richards is a licensed architect and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan and a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University. She teaches architectural design studio and computational design seminars at The University of Oklahoma. Prior to founding Inter-Projects Architecture, she worked at the offices of Urbanus in Beijing, WORKac in New York City, and Fitzsimmons Architects in Oklahoma City.
Zachary Colbert is a licensed architect and holds and Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of Colorado and a Master of Architecture degree form Columbia University. He has taught architectural design studios at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons the New School for Design. Prior to founding Inter-Projects Architecture, he worked in the offices of Bernard Tschumi Architects, SHoP Architects and Leslie Gill Architect.