EXTENTS is a collaborative that is interested in architecture, urbanism, media, digital technology, and other instruments of life that can be impacted by design. We operate across scales and disciplinary silos – from pop-up public spaces that leverage the interactive capacities of architecture and technology to foster new forms of public engagement, to visionary urban design projects that speculate on how the materiality of our digital culture can be deployed to create more inclusive and aesthetic environments. Established in 2017, the collaborative is led by Cyrus Peñarroyo and McLain Clutter, faculty at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Together, our body of work has been honored with several awards, including a New York Architecture League Prize in 2019, and two Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Faculty Design Awards (2019, 2020). We have exhibited internationally, in venues including the 2019 Bi-City Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture.