Tag: NYC

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Published: Dwell This upper west side project was a 6700 square foot, full-floor gut renovation. This family home merges the best of a comfortable suburban house with the sophistication and location of a city apartment. The design conveys a soft opulence that is rich yet comfortable, beautiful yet functional. The space was designed to be used flexibly, both for hosting large groups and for intimate family use.     Read More

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Published: Home Adore This project was a 2,000 square foot gut renovation of a pre-war apartment on the Upper West Side, Manhattan. The entry foyer is the central point in the space, a node connecting the main rooms of the apartment. Upgraded and modernized amenities and finishes provide comfort while retaining the historic charm of the space. Read the full article on Home Adore Read More

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Published: Home World Design For this renovation project, Studio ST Architects transformed a 700 square-foot studio into a one bedroom apartment dedicated to showcasing the client’s art collection. Features include gallery-style recessed track lights, new white millwork, and a kitchen/bar with views of Manhattan’s skyline. Read the full article on Home World Design Read More

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We recently completed the renovation of Manhattan Day School’s Early Childhood Center.

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Meislin Projects opened in November 10, 2016 on Madison Avenue at 69th Street in New York City. Over the summer we transformed a raw space into a new gallery and offices for Meislin Projects which will produce a small number of in-depth exhibitions and installations, developed in collaboration with major art institutions in the United States and overseas. Meislin Projects website

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We are excited that two of our projects, SynaCondo and 535 WEA, were included in the exhibition “New York New Design” at the Center for Architecture. The exhibition showcased 185 projects from 100 firms in the New York metropolitan area of varying scale, scope, and program. View more exhibition information on the Center for Architecture’s website Read More

Published: The Jewish Forward Congregation Beth Israel has been working with Esther Sperber of Studio ST Architects to update their 90-year-old Shul in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Sperber proposed a new building typology, the SynaCondo, which combines prayer space and residential space into one new structure. Although the congregation members were against any proposal that would demolish the existing synagogue, Sperber notes that this concept is one that many religious organizations may consider as they look to the future and contemplate how to keep up with the changing built environment. Read the full article on The Jewish Forward Read More

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Published: Curbed Studio ST Architects worked with Manhattan’s Midtown West Congregation on a radical new building typology, one that responds to the changing city environment. Of late, synagogues around the city are closing and/or being replaced with new apartment buildings. This calls for the need to rethink how these two programs can coexist in a shared built space. Studio ST Architects proposed a SynaCondo typology, a building that combines synagogue and residential spaces. The new synagogue would occupy the lower two floors of the building, with apartment units built above. Read the full article on Curbed Read More

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Studio ST Architects’ 535 West End Avenue full-floor gut renovation apartment project was featured in The Architectural Digest Mexico. Read More

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Open House NY included the 14th Street Y Community center in their list of spaces worth visiting in the East Village in New York City. We were glad to host visitors and share the design of this wonderful space. Open House NY website Read More

Open Green House was a full day communal even in which the 14th street Y community Center opened its doors to the East Village community and featured their work and vendors from around the neighborhood. We designed a series of sustainable cardboard tables and a green lounge area for this event. 14th street Y website Read More

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It was a bit of a fluke but Esther Sperber happened to visit the Metro Theater with a potential client when the New York Times reporter and photographer were also visiting. Read More

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Originally Published: Jewish Week Studio St Architects’s recent renovation of the 14th Street Y Community Center was featured in the Jewish Week. In contrast to the dark and drab lobby, large windows in the new space bathe the entrance in natural sunlight. The center’s updated amenities make the space much more welcoming for current and prospective members, and is better suited to serve its diverse community that ranges from young children and families to working professionals. Read the full article on Jewish Week Read More