is a studio for architecture, planning, and design based in Saint Louis, USA.


FFA’s Lace Hill featured in eVolo’s Skyscraper book


Lace Hill has been featured in eVolo’s limited edition compilation of skyscrapers projects “selected for their innovative concepts that challenge the way we understand architecture and their relationship with the natural and built environments”.

Gate of Kaohsiung Press

FFA’s Gate of Kaohsiung Cruise Terminal has been featured in the book, Architecture for Transportation. It has also been included in the most recent issue of the magazine, Future Arquitecturas.

Gephardt Institute for Public Service names Forrest Fulton faculty scholar

The Gephardt Institute for Public Service at Washington University in St. Louis has named Forrest Fulton one of their faculty scholars in community-based teaching and learning for the 2011-2012 academic year.  Scholars receive Innovation Grants.  This grant will support Mr. Fulton’s City Studio students’ efforts to evaluate existing green space in the Columbus Square neighborhood of St Louis.

Gleaned sukkah by FFA + yo_cy exhibited on WashU Campus

Gleaned, a sukkah collaboratively designed and built by yo_cy and Forrest Fulton Architecture, will be exhibited on Washington University in St Louis Danforth Campus until Saturday, October 19th.  The design by Christine Yogiaman, Ken Tracy, and Forrest Fulton loosely guides locally gleaned prairie grasses into a spiraling surface.   Gleaned and other Sukkah City STL competition winners can be found on the lawn of the Olin Women’s Building, near the center of Campus, for the duration of the Sukkot holiday.

Lace Hill featured in Utopia Forever

FFA’s Lace Hill is featured in the book Utopia Forever: Visions of Architecture and Urbanism published by Gestalten.

FFA’s Lace Hill in D3 Housing Tomorrow exhibition

Lace Hill has been selected by D3 Housing Tomorrow international competition for their 2nd place prize.   1point618 gallery features Lace Hill as part of their exhibit for the 2011 AIA Cleveland Architecture Week, on display until April 29, 2011.

FFA in Octogon Magazine

Lace Hill is part of Octogon Magazine’s history of mountain buildings, Fejezetek a Hegyépítés Történetébol.

Lace Hill Press

Lace Hill has been included in Vertical Density: Concepts behind any High-rise Event, a book published by Future Arquitecturas examining mega structure projects and future urbanism.

Budapest Design for the Livable Future exhibits FFA’s Lace Hill

Lace Hill is on exhibit until October 31, 2010 in Design for the Livable Future, an exhibition of 2010 Budapest Design Week organized by Design Terminal.

Lace Hill featured – September 2010

Lace Hill has been published in September 2010 editions of Mexico DESIGN Magazine and Spazio Casa Magazine.

Forrest Fulton Teaching at Washington University

Forrest Fulton has been appointed Visiting Assistant Professor at Washington University Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, College of Architecture, in St. Louis for the 2010-2011 academic year.

FFA’s Lace Hill featured in Concept Magazine

Online Magazine Articles and News, May 2010

Sustainable Development Big Thinker – Birmingham Magazine

Birmingham Magazine has named Forrest Fulton one of the Big Thinkers of Birmingham in its January 2010 Issue.

Inventing the Suburban Farm at

Read my guest post, Inventing the Suburban Farm, at the best sustainable agriculture and community blog, Civil eats. The narrative points to the urban farm as a precursor to the suburban farm to rebuild community.

You can see images of the example suburban farm retrofit here: Big Box Agriculture

Forrest Fulton Architecture in Dwell Magazine

Big Box Agriculture, Forrest Fulton Architecture’s 3rd place entry in the Reburbia compeititon, featured in Dwell’s Dec/Jan 2010 issue

Angus Young: Amplifier of Affection, Fearless Nerd, Master of Rock

Check out my guest post at Ordinary Strangeness. The post discusses language, culture, and authenticity in an open letter to Angus Young of AC/DC.

Open Letter to Angus Young


Why I Write (Penguin Great Ideas)

Interview with David Pearson