“Employment in STEM occupations has grown 79% since 1990.” — Pew Research
A Rockland County home that speaks in a poetic - contemporary - language.
1.3 MW ground-based solar array to move this district to almost 50% solar power for all their electric needs.
Fire shifts can last 24 hours. This architectural design for Fire Station headquarters was developed for comfort and safety.
Iterative design to provide a multi-year build program delivering sanctuary, classroom, gymnasium, and community space.
The consolidation of several schools onto one campus phased for minimal site disruption and increased energy savings.
Critical improvements at no cost to taxpayers such as solar power for 5 buildings.
‘Floorless' modular technique designed to connect addition with the existing building without stairs and ramps.
Creative design, use of space and functionality saved over $1,000,000 to provide valuable advocacy services to children and adults.
Fully accessible. barrier free to give homeless veterans access to “homes like everyone else.”
Design and energy performance to facilitate and inspire teaching, learning, and creativity.
$400,000+ of annual energy savings identified to help fund capital improvement projects.
Accessible, hazard free environments built to reduce impact on existing residents.
Nautical elements harmonized with Hudson riverfront for 7.5 mgd water treatment facility.
Project resulted from the Abbot case: helping low-income families who cannot afford quality childcare.
Aluminum panels added to the warehouse building to gracefully transition the signature office building.
The proposed building included a child care module that would serve teachers working in the school district.
A new home for this critical community food pantry and resource.
An addition combined with the renovation allowed for a state of the art facility to continue to serve the community for years to come.
Flexible classroom layouts and configurations for various age group utilizations.
Multi-family homes that satisfied the clients needs and requirements of the town.
Implementing the most important health and safety improvements through the school district.
Eliminated and replaced stairs with gently graded slopes to remove barriers to emphasize abilities and not disabilities.
This addition continues to benefit residents under Venture Camp's immediate care.
The sounds of water and framed views designed to expand, embrace and ease the transition from home to hospice.
High-end residential design for a stony point subdivision.
Delivering fiber optic networks and needed electrical upgrades to every school in the district.
This "threshold to independence" is a 1998 AIA Community Design Award Winner.
Six and eight bed community residences throughout three counties.
Symbolic design serves as a metaphor for change and transformation.