In collaboration with Cragnolin Design and Engineering, JGV management inc. and Gary Allen Modular Construction we proposed an affordable housing building for the Grant Street Municipal Parking Lot in the Brooklyn Neighborhood East New York.
The architecture of this greenhouse in Stamford, CT is profoundly contextual. We want it to fit right into the estate and even more so, we think its style should provoke an uncovering of the layered history of the location it sits on.
A Case Study of Social Housing in New York City. If anything is typical for the demographics of New York City, it is its character of enclaves. While higher level demographic data show a diverse, vibrant melting pot, small scale New York City is relatively segregated.
This landmarked building in the city of Bredevoort in The Netherlands is converted from a single family house to 2 apartments. The design encompasses renovation of the existing structure as well as configuring the 2 new apartments.
Marcy Houses: A Case Study for Social Housing in New York City won an honorable mention at the New York Affordable Housing Challange. The project was presented at the New York Build expo 2017 together with the other winners of the competition.
On Februari 23rd the Archiprix 2017 show opened at the Technische Universiteit in Delft. The show will run through late March 2017 after which it will tour the country. Please visit www.archiprix.nl for latest locations and hours.
Marcy Houses: A Case Study of Social Housing in New York City is selected to participate in the prestigious ArchiPrix competition in the Netherlands. The award ceremony will be held in June 2017.www.archiprix.nl
Together with Het Verschil and architect Jeroen ter Maat we won the tender to convert this mid century modern church building just outside of Amsterdam by world famous architect Gerrit Rietveld into 10 apartments and an event space.