Institutional Projects



(DC) denotes projects produced as Design Consultant, (AR) as Architect of Record. As Design Consultant, the firm was responsible for the design phase of the project only. As Architect of Record, the firm was responsible for complete architectural services including construction documents, bidding and negotiation phases as well as the construction support services phase.


PROJECTCLIENT
2004CZECH CONSULATE GENERAL AND CZECH CULTURAL CENTER
Phase 2 of the Bohemian National Hall renovation (see above under 2002) consists of interiors of the Czech consulate's offices as well as those of the Czech Cultural Center, including art gallery, screening room and restaurant.
Completed in 2008

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Prague, Czech Republic
2003BOHEMIAN BENEVOLENT AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION (AR)
Interior design of the entire 3rd floor (5,000 sq. ft.) of the Bohemian National Hall described above, to be occupied by an organization of the building's former owner. The spaces include: 130 seat multi-functional performance space/lecture hall, library, conference room, offices, archive, storage and kitchen.
Completed in 2005

   

    

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Prague, Czech Republic
2002BOHEMIAN NATIONAL HALL, NEW YORK CITY (AR)
Complete revision of the project we prepared in 1995-96 for the building's former owner(see above), to accommodate the program of its new owner, the Czech government. New progam includes spaces for Czech consulate, Czech Cultural Center, lecture hall, screening room, exhibition space, guest accommodation, roof terrace and restaurant, as well one floor for Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association, the building's former owner.
Completed in 2005

    

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Prague, Czech Republic
1997THE ASIA SOCIETY II (AR)
Conceptual Proposal for expansion and renovation of existing premises on Park Avenue (following up on the feasibility study prepared in 1985)

THE ASIA SOCIETY
New York City
1996ASIA SOCIETY PUBLIC TOILETS (AR)
New configuration of toilets to provide larger, handicapped accessible public rest rooms. Proposal

THE ASIA SOCIETY
New York City
1995BOHEMIAN NATIONAL HALL (AR)
Complete renovation of 100 year old, 45,000 sq. ft., five story building on Manhattan's Upper East Side, including Grand Ball room, club rooms, administration, library and community spaces for the owner, as well as two floors of rentable tenant space. Project suspended after completion of Bid Documents. See below under 2002.

BOHEMIAN BENEVOLENT AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION
New York City
1994THE GETTY GRANT PROGRAM (AR)
Review of application for architectural conservation grant to restore Sychrov Castle in Northern Bohemia, Czech Republic

THE J. PAUL GETTY TRUST
Santa Monica, CA
1993ROOSEVELT ISLAND CULTURAL CENTER EXPANSION (AR)
Addition of 3,000 sq. ft. of space to the just-completed center designed by us in 1991, including ceramic workshops and administration. Completed 1994

ROOSEVELT ISLAND OPERATING CORPORATION
New York City
1991ROOSEVELT ISLAND CULTURAL CENTER (AR)
New 7,500 sq. ft. community facility including assembly hall, dance studio exhibition space and community theater on Main Street, Roosevelt Island, New York City. Completed 1993

ROOSEVELT ISLAND OPERATING CORPORATION
New York City
1990FAMILY RESPITE CENTER (AR)
Exterior renovation of Family Shelter including: new facade and windows, new roof and skylights. Completed 1992


HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF FACILITIES OPERATIONS
New York City
1989SUMNER ARMORY MEN'S SHELTER (AR)
Conceptual design proposal to re-use the Battalion Wing of Sumner Armory for social, medical, employment counseling, educational, recreational and administrative services of the Sumner Armory Men's Shelter in Brooklyn, NY

HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE OF CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION
New York City
1985THE ASIA SOCIETY (AR)
Design feasibility study to increase gallery space within the existing building on Park Avenue including addition of an enclosed Sculpture Court

THE ASIA SOCIETY
New York City
1979SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET (DC)
Design study to determine feasibility of conversion of an existing warehouse in Manhattan into auction spaces and art galleries. This study was the basis for Sotheby's purchase of the warehouse and its later reconstruction into the present Sotheby Parke Bernet facility.

LUNDQUIST & STONEHILL
New York City
1972MORNINGSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER (DC)
Community Center Building in low income housing project in Knoxville, Tennessee Completed in 1973

BARBER & McMURRAY, INC.
Knoxville, Tennessee