Guido Hartray has worked with Jonathan Marvel since 1997, and is a founding Partner of Marvel Architects. Public space projects have been a focus of Guido’s work including the Governors Island Park design, 200 Water Street plaza, MTA Flood Mitigation, and streetscape redesigns for Hudson Square and Gansevoort in the Meatpacking District. Guido also studied the public space strategies that were fundamental to Barcelona’s renewal as a Fulbright Scholar in 1994. Guido has also lead a number of educational projects including New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Central King Building. His work for private clients includes Pierhouse and Hotel One at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Whether the intervention is an urban neighborhood, a campus, or an existing building, Guido’s strategy builds from the context to develop designs that transform their surroundings by solving complex problems and creating healthy vibrant environments. He has an MA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (’94); he was a Fulbright Scholar in Spain (‘94-‘95); and he has won numerous awards, including the 21st Century Street Design Competition (2008).