Marvel Architects among firms chosen to participate in the DDC’s Design and Construction Excellent 2.0 program
“Today the New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC) announced the latest round of local firms pre-qualified to design public projects in the five boroughs.
Through the Design and Construction Excellence 2.0 Program, [...more...]
Continuing on the 2016 AIANY Presidential Theme and exhibition, Authenticity and Innovation, the AIANY Interiors Committee is delighted to host a panel on adaptive reuse in interior design. Three leading architects in the field will discuss [...more...]
Even as a rusted shell five years ago, Building 128 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard projected a singular presence, a vast space with steel trusswork stretching into pitched 70-foot ceilings.
Wall Street Journal A ‘Cathedral to Manufacturing’ [...more...]
“Lower Manhattan’s Financial District—with its pre-car, pre-grid layout of twisting narrow streets—is the natural next frontier for walkers. Data from traffic analytics firm Inrix shows that even on the area’s [...more...]
Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in San Juan, PR, has been chosen by USA Today as one of 10 Best Historic Hotels in the country. The hotel renovation was designed by our San Juan office under the helm of the late [...more...]
“LGBT older people face a housing crisis. These groundbreaking developments are an important step toward combating that crisis in New York City by providing not only affordable and welcoming housing but also on-site services pioneered [...more...]
The Lobby : Public Space, Private Club or Part of the Show? A warm welcome is taken as read; but does your lobby work hard enough for you, your audiences and your artists? Two award-winning theatre architects, Jonathan Marvel and Steve Tompkins [...more...]