In a world full of oversights, studioAPT sees things differently. Formed out of overlapping questions about how architecture is understood or used and how it could be more useful and better understood, studioAPT works in a wide array of scales and formats. While centering on the building as architecture’s primary deliverable, studioAPT brings new possibilities to projects to develop new formats, conceptualize new possibilities, and seek new audiences for architectural problems that may or may not need a building. The work of studioAPT has taken the form of consultation and collaboration for, and with, both community and academic institutions. Their search for new, engaging formats has led to a series of speculative research and performance projects. These projects form the basis of studioAPT’s approach, offering audiences (and users) an expanded sense of how they could live, but in a fun way. Among these projects are Makin’ It (a half hour situation comedy about architecture) and Future Needs. The impulse for the practice comes out of the collaboration of the two partners, John McMorrough and Julia McMorrough.