International Furniture Design Asahikawa Competition. Objects and drawings are in the permanent collections of the Vitra Design Museum, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and the Corning Museum of Glass.
International competition entries include the National Parks Service : Heritage Center and Museum, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum : Doghouse Installation, National Parks Service : Flight93 National Memorial, Van Alen Institute : tkts2k Times Square tkts Tickets Booth, the BBC Listening Project, the Royal Institute of British Architects Sessay Community Hub International Design Competition and the Lower Manhattan Development Council World Trade Center Site Memorial competition.
Paul Haigh is a former adjunct professor at Parsons : The New School for Design : Department of Architecture, Interior Design and Lighting. He has served as chairman of American Institute of Architects Interiors Awards Committee and as member of the American Institute of Architects and the Architectural League of New York. He currently teaches an annual design workshop at the Domaine de Boisbuchet, co-sponsored by the Corning Museum of Glass and the Vitra Design Museum/Centre George Pompidou.
Drawings and projects have been exhibited at both group and one man shows including the SoHo Guggenheim Museum and Cooper Hewitt National Museum of Design in New York, the Dentsu Gallery in Tokyo, the Royal College of Art in London and at the Triennale di Milano. The Studio was honored in 2003 at the Parsons : The New School for Design : Department of Architecture, Interior Design and Lighting with an exhibition of work HAIGH : Interior/Object/Exterior.
Studio architecture projects currently include museum, retail and exhibition design. On going furniture and object designs include glass collections, seating and lighting design. Current and past clients include Knoll, Artemide/RezekUSA, Vitra, SteubenGlass, Bernhardt, Baccarat, Brooks Brothers, RosenthalUSA, Esprit, Steelcase, Rogaska and the Corning Museum of Glass NY.
HAIGHArchitects studio projects have reached a broad international audience through publication in the architecture and design press and have been applauded by critics as "...innovative with a high degree of design rigor." Recent publications have included essays, projects, and reviews in Scoprire il Design : Adventure with Objects exhibition at the Pinacoteca Agnelli in Turin, INA 10 : International New Architecture featuring the Corning Museum of Glass : Contemporary Sculpture Galleries, New Glass Review 35 : Jurors Review and Glass is Tomorrow : Pro Materia.