Civitella Ranieri Foundation

New York, New York

Portfolio / Commercial / Office

To convert a ground-floor delivery warehouse to the New York City office of an artist residency program, we designed a completely new interior and new exterior windows and doors. The staff of the center functions in a highly interactive manner, which led to our solution of a single large room, subdivided with low partitions, with closets and service rooms opening off of it. The building is located in Tribeca North Historic District, so the exterior is designed to be in keeping with the character of neighborhood. Deeply recessed new windows emphasize the muscularity of the building’s original load-bearing masonry and cast-iron piers.

Client: Civitella Ranieri Foundation

Mechanical: Abraham Joselow P.C., P.E.

Millwork: Hamilton Woodworking

General Contractor: Peter Codella Construction Company

Art Installation Welcomes Students to PS32K

Art Installation Welcomes Students to PS32K

As part of the NYC Department of Education’s (DOE) Public Art for Public Schools (PAPS) program, artist Letha Wilson was selected to create site-specific artwork for the new addition at PS32 Samuel Mills Sprole School in Brooklyn. Installation of the three pieces,...