Wired Magazine features an article on the new Living and Learning Center at Gallaudet University, designed by LTL Architects in collaboration with Quinn Evans Architects and SIGAL Construction.
LTL Architects, in collaboration with McLaren Engineering Group, Garrison Architects, Sage and Coombe Architects, Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, and Pentagram, received special recognition from the Public Design Commission of the City of New York on phase one of the beach access restoration. A Project of the Department of Parks & Recreation and the Department
of Design and Construction, the restoration includes Brighton Beach and
Cony Island Beach, Brooklyn; Rockaway Beach, Queens; Midland Beach,
Cedar Grove Beach, and Wolfe's Pond Park Beach, Staten Island.
From Left: James Garrison (Garrison Architects), David J. Lewis (LTL Architects), Steven L. Grogg (McClaren Engineering Group), Courtney Gooch (Pentagram), Veronica M. White (Commissioner, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation), Signe Nielsen (President, Public Design Commission NYC), Patricia E. Harris (First Deputy Mayor, NYC), David J. Burney, FAIA (Commissioner, NYC Department of Design & Construction), Jennifer Sage (Sage and Coombe Architects), Peter Coombe (Sage and Coombe Architects), Dan Yannaccone (Mathews Nielsen)
LTL Architects' Living and Learning Residence Hall at Gallaudet University featured on ArchDaily.
LTL’s recently acquired drawings for Water Proving Ground designed for the 2010 Rising Currents project are featured in Cut 'n' Paste: From Architectural Assemblage to Collage City, an exhibit at MoMA covering the application of collage techniques in 2Oth and 21st century architectural representation. Come see the show on view from July 10 - December 1 2013.
The July-August 2013 issue of Metropolis Magazine features an article on the new Living and Learning Center at Gallaudet University, designed by LTL Architects in collaboration with Quinn Evans Architects and SIGAL Construction.
Construction on floors 5 through 8 of Steinhardt's East Building at Washington Place and Greene Street in NYC almost complete, with floors from the lobby through 4 beginning construction. All work to be done in a few months.
June 12, 2013: Ongoing construction of LTL's redesign for the reconstruction of Coney Island's Steeplechase pier, which was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. Anticipated to open this summer.
Jan 29, 2013: Paul Lewis lecture at Woodbury University San Diego School of Architecture