“If we want our kids to have the same sentimental feeling about the library that we had when we were kids, then the library has to evolve,” [library president Linda Johnson] said. “This is an exciting development and I’m excited that [...more...]
When he was growing up in San Juan, P.R., Jonathan Marvel would often visit [...more...]
Next summer, construction will begin on a 336-unit market-rate rental, with a public school at its base, designed by Marvel Architects. It will round out [...more...]
The old back door entry from the NJIT Campus to the Central King Building has been removed to make way for our new front door. Image of the demolition and rendering of the future front entrance.
New Lab at Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Building 128 is coming along nicely with the core and shell nearly finished. [...more...]
Framing of the walkway at the Naval Hospital Cemetery Memorial Landscape is underway! One of our projects as part of the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative, the Naval Hospital Landscape is scheduled to be complete in 2016.
We are looking forward to the APA NY Metro’s conference, Community Engagement in the Design Process, on Thursday, June 12, 8:30AM–6:00PM.
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“There is certainly no shortage of things to do and see in New York City, but which NYC institution do New Yorkers visit the most? It turns out that of the city’s many destinations, New York libraries have the most visitors. In fact, [...more...]
Zoning for Quality and Affordability, Presentation and Discussion Moderated by Jonathan Marvel April 17 2015 8-10 AM Tafel Hall, Center for Architecture
Speakers: Jeffrey Shumaker, Chief Urban Designer and Director of Urban Design, NYC [...more...]