Steeplechase Pier at Coney Island Redesigned + Reopened

The iconic Coney Island Steeplechase Pier, re-imagined by LTL Architects, is open. The project is part of the beach access restoration initiative undertaken after Hurricane Sandy by New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and the Department of Design and Construction.  Follow link for photographs and detailed description.

Three Awards/One Night: Gallaudet LLRH6

The Living and Learning Residence Hall for Gallaudet University received three different awards on the evening of October 3nd, 2013. 

-AIA DC Chapter 2013 AwardsPresidential Citation for Universal Design 

-AIA Potomac Valley Chapter 2013 AwardsAward of Merit

-NAIOP Maryland/DC Commercial Real Estate Development Association Chapter 2013 AwardsAward of Excellence for the Best Institutional Facility 

Thanks to the team of LTL Architects, Quinn Evans Architects, SIGAL Construction, Gallaudet University and Brailsford&Dunlavey

Interior Design Puts LTL's MSK Lobby Wall in the Centerfold

The September 2013 issue of Interior Design Magazine is out and features the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Lobby Wall in the Centerfold.  Thanks to Marc Kristal for the in depth text and to Veyko for their work in fabricating and installing the piece, now on view at the 68th street lobby of the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Research Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering.


LTL Architects chosen to participate in the ParkingPLUS Design Challenge

The Long Island Index has selected LTL Architects as one of four firms to rethink the design of parking facilities in downtown areas of Long Island.

The four winning design teams will prepare designs that will be unveiled by the Long Island Index in January 2014. The firms, their office locations, and the communities with which they will be paired, are as follows:

  • dub studios (New York City and Los Angeles) will work with Patchogue;
  • LTL Architects (New York City) will work with Westbury;
  • Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design (Los Angeles) will work with Ronkonkoma;
  • Utile, Inc. (Boston) will work with Rockville Centre.



LTL Architects recognized at the 31st Annual Design Commission Awards

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)