Gordon’s Most Personal Site-Specific Art Installation Yet

Gordon’s Most Personal Site-Specific Art Installation Yet

Written on November 27, 2019

Taking the same approach to the design of his house as he does with his art and sculpture projects, Gordon focused on the site-specific parameters. Asking, "What is the story? How will it function? How do I maximize the visual impact of the built environment? What inspires me about this project?" Read More

New Whimsical SLC Airport Artwork Revealed

New Whimsical SLC Airport Artwork Revealed

Written on November 21, 2019

When The New SLC Airport opens in September 2020, it will be unforgettable for a number of reasons. There will be less congestion—both curbside and at the gates—there will be plenty of places to plug-in, plus noteworthy shops and restaurants. But perhaps what will remain with passengers long after their flights have departed are the art installations planned for the new facility. Read More

Debut of Gordon’s Newest Art Commissions at El Camino Hospital

Debut of Gordon’s Newest Art Commissions at El Camino Hospital

Written on November 1, 2019

Gordon attended the grand opening of the Taube Pavilion and Scrivner Center for Mental Health & Addiction Services at the El Camino Hospital on Thursday, Oct 24th where his new dichroic glass and powder-coated aluminum art panels made their debut. Read More

Gordon to Guide Continuing Education Session at 2019 Monterey Design Conference

Gordon to Guide Continuing Education Session at 2019 Monterey Design Conference

Written on October 16, 2019

On October 26th, 2019, Gordon will present on "Architectural Art Installations: Benefits and Best Practices" at the 2019 AIA Monterey Design Conference held at the beautiful Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, CA. Read More

New Artwork Destined for Peoria, Arizona Currently in Fabrication

New Artwork Destined for Peoria, Arizona Currently in Fabrication

Written on October 10, 2019

Gordon's next public art installation will be located in the Arizona desert and is inspired by the state's desert landscape. Read More

Huether’s “Fork” and “Canyon Light” Earn CODAawards Merit Honors

Huether’s “Fork” and “Canyon Light” Earn CODAawards Merit Honors

Written on September 20, 2019

Gordon Huether Studio’s Fork | CIA at Copia received Merit honors in the category of Hospitality, and Canyon Light received Merit honors in the category of Education. Read More

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