New York Architects

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    ra50: Dennis Wedlick Architect

    Advocacy and client service are Dennis Wedlick Architect's top priorities.

     
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    ra50: Joeb Moore + Partners, Architects

    Greenwich, Conn., architect Joeb Moore blends the provocative with the poetic.

     
  • Brian Messana and Toby O'Rorke of Messana O'Rorke Architects pose at the site of one of their projects, Ten Broeck Cottage on Thursday, May 8, 2008 in Livingston, New York.

    ra50: Messana O'Rorke

    Dedicated minimalists Brian Messana and Toby O’Rorke create urban breathing spaces.

     
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    ra50: Robert A.M. Stern Architects

    Among the most accomplished architects of his generation, Robert A.M. Stern calls residential work the "bedrock" of his practice.

     
  • robert luntz, aia, and joseph tanney, aia

    Joseph Tanney, AIA, recalls the early 1990s’ recession with a hint of nostalgia. “We had just started; we were too dumb to know what was going on,” says the co-architect, with partner Robert Luntz, AIA, of the first Dwell Home.

     
  • the lowdown on the downturn

    Joseph Tanney, AIA, recalls the early 1990s' recession with a hint of nostalgia. "We had just started; we were too dumb to know what was going on," says the co-architect, with partner Robert Luntz, AIA, of the first

     
  • articulating the minimal

    Brian Messana, AIA, and Toby O'Rorke, RIBA have been practicing the art of minimalism since opening for business in 1996. They've developed a keen eye for the calming qualities of space and light, and a reputation for quiet, nuanced innovation.

     
  • man about town

    Alexander Gorlin, FAIA, is a multifaceted architect with a range that has taken him from classical country villas to modernist urban houses, from affordable housing to luxury high-rises and on to offices, schools, synagogues—even to whimsical guard booths

     
  • beyond summer

    It's just possible that Harry Bates and Paul Masi, AIA, hold the record for architectural partners with the biggest age difference between them. Bates, 79, was designing houses two decades before Masi was even born. During Bates' years of architecture sch

     
  • Hall of Fame: Sim Van der Ryn

    Decades after the first Earth Day thrust the environment into our nation's collective consciousness, the green building movement has just begun to gel. Although sustainable design is still a hard sell—and represents just a sliver of the housing market—it has come a long way since its origins in the...

     
 
 
 
 
 
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