DDC ANNOUNCES THE SELECTION OF 26 ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS TO DESIGN CITY PUBLIC BUILDINGS
The firms were selected through New York City’s Design + Construction Excellence program, which brings world-renowned and emerging architects to work on New York City projects. The selected firms are:
Abruzzo Bodziak Architects, Allied Works Architecture, Bade Stageberg Cox Architecture, Belmont Freeman Architects, Biber Architects, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, Cooper Joseph Studio, Ennead Architects, FR-EE Fernando Romero EnterprisE + HS2, Gray Organschi Architecture, Hanrahan Meyers Architects, Leroy Street Studio, Levenbetts, Matthew Baird Architects, Monica Ponce de Leon Design and Architecture, Moorehead & Moorehead, nArchitects, Rice + Lipka Architects, Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, Spacesmith, Steven Holl Architects, Studio Gang Architects, Studio SUMO, TEN Arquitectos, WXY, and Yoshihara McKee Architects.
Photos clockwise from top: 121 Police Precinct Stationhouse on Staten Island designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects; Children’s Library Discovery Center in Queens, designed by 1100 Architect; Lee Skolnick Architects, and The San Fransicso Exploratorium; the Staten Island Animal Care Center, designed by Garrison Architects; the DHS PATH Family Center in the Bronx, designed by Ennead Architects; Community Districts 1-2-5 Garage in Manhattan, designed by WXY Architecture; PS1 in Queens, designed by Andrew Berman Architect