2021 - The 57th Annual Archi Awards AIA Long Island Chapter
Cover Photo: East Lake House, Montauk, NY Robert Young Architects
TABLE OF CONTENTS Editor’s Message 03 President’s Message 04 Archi Committee Chairman’s Message 06 2021 Archi Committee 08 The Archi Statuette 10 2021 Archi Awards Jurors 12 2021 Special Awards 18 Award Categories Archi Awards 24 Honor Awards 25 2021 Honor Awards 26 2021 Archi Award Entrants 34 2021 Archi Award Winners 124 2021 Archi Awards Sponsors 127
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TOC Photo: Hither Hill House, Montauk, NY ARCHITECTUREFIRM
Editor’s Message Welcome
to the 57th Annual Archi Awards for the AIA Long Island Chapter! Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hit some parts of the country, with a majority of people vaccinated, I finally sense the light at the end of the tunnel. With things reopening slowly, architectural firms are able to maintain a steady recovery and growth this year. I believe this was also reflected on the Archi awards entries. The quality of all entries, regardless their award status, continue to excel this year. The winning projects, especially, vividly showcases the architects’ thoughtful responses to various architectural and urban design challenges that are unique to the site conditions these projects are located. Kudos to all the firms who have participated for their dedication to creating a better community. Second year in a row, I am honored and proud to have the opportunity collaborating with Graciela Carrillo, AIA (2020-2021 President) and Gary Hansen, AIA (2022-2023 President). I am sure the Archi Awards program will continue to flourish in the future under the chapter’s leadership.
The jury selected for this year’s award program is very impressive as well. They are not only celebrated designers, but also dedicated community architects and entrepreneurs with diverse backgrounds. I know many of them personally and they are amazing individuals. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you, members of the AIA Long Island Chapter, for your support and positive comments. I hope this publication will become part of your firm’s marketing material and social media campaign. Congratulations again to all of the firms who participated in the award program. You are who made the program successful. I hope you all enjoy the magazine as well! Thank you.
Yu-Ngok Lo, FAIA Yu-Ngok is the founding Principal of YNL Architects in Culver City, California. He was the Editor-In-Chief of the AIA YAF CONNECTION, NOMA magazine, and the AIA Strategic Council Yearbook. Yu-Ngok is currently the Editor-InChief of the AIA College of Fellows Newsletter and the American Institute of Building Design magazine .
As the old idiom goes: “The more things change,
the more they stay the same.”
This time last year, we were facing a global pandemic, civil unrest, the effects of climate change, and the prospect of spending working hours at home. Yet, we were still able to celebrate virtually the incredible resilience and talent of our member firms and architecture in Long Island. This year feels different, yet many of the same challenges remain. We were delighted to receive over 100 submissions for the 57th annual Archi Awards presented by the Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. On display within the submissions, were numerous examples of resilient and sustainability, along with the exquisite attention to detail and design that we’ve come to appreciate from our AIA Long Island member firms and Long Island architecture. I also want to congratulate all the Honor Awards recipients, who have received recognition for their
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involvement as Legislator, Educator, Membership, Lifetime Achievement, Architectural Achievement, Community Service, and a Special Award. While honoring our many Archi Award winners and honorees last year, I am sure many of us felt that this year would be different, almost normal. Yet here we are a year later, and today instead of focusing on the many things that have stayed the same, I invite you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the AIA LI Archi Awards’ program. I know you’ll come away as inspired to be the change this world desperately needs. As architects and designers, we are best suited to deliver that message. Our members are the lifeblood of AIA Long Island; I want to thank you for your continued membership through this most unusual time. I truly value the member’s involvement in the Chapter’s events and initiatives throughout this past tumultuous year and a half.
Thank you to our sponsors, especially those who continued to support us during this difficult year. I look forward to our continued collaborations in the time ahead. Lastly, I applaud the immeasurable contribution of the Archi Committee Volunteers, these incredibly engaging and motivated individuals that gave tremendously of their time while we are in a crisis.
Graciela Carrillo, AIA, LEED AP B+C Graciela works as a Senior Manager for Nassau BOCES where she is managing Nassau County’s school’s operational and capital projects. She has been involved with the AIA at the local, state and national level, currently serving as the President 2020-2021 as well as the Chapter’s Women In Architecture Committee founder and cochair. On the national and state level Graciela was the past 2017-2018 NY Regional Director (YARD) for the Young Architects Forum (YAF). Graciela is also the cofounder of the Immigrant Architects Coalition, a group committed to helping and providing resources for immigrant architects to achieve a prosperous career in the U.S. Last year, Graciela founded the Powerful Speeches platform in an effort to champion women architects, to promote, advance, and elevate women in our profession. In 2019, Graciela was recognized as an Honoree of the Top 50 Women in Business in Long Island by the LIBN.
ARCHI Committee Chairman’s Message Welcome
to the 57th annual Archi Awards presented by the Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. On behalf of the Board, Directors, Members, and staff I welcome everyone and thank you for your support and attendance. We hope that you and your family had a healthy and safe year. The pandemic was challenging and hopefully we are closer to full recovery. It is our pleasure to have this year’s event in person once again. Although last year’s video version was well received there is nothing more pleasurable than being able to see and interact with everyone. The Archi Awards represents our premier annual event, and it is with much pride that I was allowed to be a part of the celebration and a small contributor to the 57 years of recognizing, supporting and honoring those members who have distinguished themselves by creating quality architectural works.
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I would like to thank the members of our Committee Ms. Graciela Carrillo, AIA, Mr. Gary Hansen, AIA, Mr. Thomas Scotto, AIA, Mr. Jake Rivalsi, AIA, Mr. Joseph Iannucci, AIA, Mr. Mark Kruse, AIA, Ms. Ann LoMonte, Hon. AIA and Ms. Joanne Paulino for their hard work and dedication. This event requires endless hours of planning and organization consisting of establishing the award criteria, developing the program, selection of Jury members, review of submissions, proofing the printed and video materials and putting together the final presentation. We are fortunate to have members who are willing to dedicate their time, much of which is after working hours and running late into the evening, and energy to ensure our continued success. I would also like to thank our Jury members who were gracious enough to volunteer their time to serve in reviewing and rating this year’s submissions. The Jury members were Christian Jordan, AIA, Karen
Blanchard, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Eric Oskey, AIA, Jeff Pastva, AIA, CPHC and Ximena Valle, AIA, LEEP AP. The work is extremely tedious, and we sincerely appreciate their service, dedication and hard work. A special thanks to Green Logic Energy, PGI Geothermal, and Sherwin Williams for their sponsorship of the Special Awards. Finally, I would like to congratulate our honorees and award winners. Thank you for your attendance and support for tonight’s event. Enjoy the evening and we pray that you and your family remain safe and healthy.
Anthony S. DiProperzio, AIA received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture from New York Institute of Technology in 1973. He is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and obtained his license in the State of New York and began his practice in 1976. He is also licensed in New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida and California. Mr. DiProperzio also served as an Adjunct Professor at N.Y.I.T. from 1976 to 1986, Chairman of the N.Y.I.T. Council of Overseers for Architecture 1997 to 2000 and President of the Architecture Alumni from 1997 to 2000. His service in the AIA includes President of both the Queens Chapter from 1993 - 1994 and President of the Long Island Chapter 2014. He also served at the New York State AIA level as Secretary/Treasurer 1996, VP Communications/Public Relations 1997, VP Government Affairs 1998 and Board of Directors in 2008 - 2009. Mr. DiProperzio also serves as a Neutral for the American Arbitration Association. He served in the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1970 and received a Letter of Commodation for his service at the Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland and was honorably discharged.
2021 Archi Committee
Anthony DiProperzio, AIA (Chair) Ms. Graciela Carrillo, AIA, Mr. Jake Rivalsi, AIA, Mr. Joseph Iannucci, AIA, Mr. Mark Kruse, AIA, Mr. Thomas Scotto, AIA, Mr. Gary Hansen, AIA, Ms. Ann LoMonte, Hon. AIA Ms. Joanne Paulino
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Save the date on December 16th, 2021! AIA Long Island Chapter Holiday Party at Plattduetsche Park 1132 Hempstead Turnpike Franklin Square, NY 11010
The Archi Statuette
Archi” was designed specifically for the 1970 Annual Long Island Association Architectural Awards Program. The name was taken from the Greek word Architekton, which means “Chief or Master Builder”. The award is 13” tall, and incorporates a T-square, an arch and a three-sided face representing the past, present, and future. HISTORY AND PURPOSE OF THE ARCHI AWARDS Every year since 1964, the Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has celebrated outstanding architectural achievement through the annual Archi Awards Program. The purpose of the Archi Awards Program is to provide professional and public recognition of architectural projects of design excellence. The awards recognize projects conceived and built on Long Island as well as projects designed by Long Island architects, built or planned to be built elsewhere. Since its creation by the Long Island Association of Commerce and Industry, followed by the involvement of the AIA Long Island Chapter, the Archi Awards Program has gained prominence as the Long Island community has begun to recognize and understand the impact of quality architecture on the built environment. To date, over 800 projects have received awards and recognition for design excellence. Each entry is judged on the success of the design solution presented and not in competition with other entries. Today, the Archi Awards Program is a major event in the Long Island design community which raises awareness of the importance of quality architectural design to Long Island as a whole.
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2021 AIA Long Island Archi Awards Jury
Christian N. Jordan, AIA (Jury Chair) Principal, PJA Architecture
Christian Jordan is an architect practicing in Philadelphia, PA. As a principal at PJA Architecture, founded in 1993 by his father, Phillip, he continues to be a tireless advocate for emerging architects and the profession. Having graduated from Jefferson University with a B.Arch in 2005, he has been an adjunct at the university’s College of Architecture since 2006. He is currently teaching a course on the professional practice of architecture. In 2017, he was awarded AIA Pennsylvania’s Emerging Professional award. In 2018, he concluded a 3-year term as the AIA Young Architect Regional Director for Pennsylvania, during which time he established the EPiC Firm Recognition award which recognizes architecture firms in Pennsylvania that meet criteria demonstrating an effort to support emerging professionals within the firm and in architecture. He is managing partner of the JAMB Collective which aims to provide small architecture and interior design firms with the resources to Stay Nimble, Act Big, and Do Good. In 2020, he was inducted into the Carpenter’s Company of Philadelphia, becoming member 949 in the Company’s 300-year history. He is passionate about paying it forward within the profession and especially enjoys conversations surrounding the future of the practice and technology. Most recently, Christian was recognized by Building Design + Construction Network as part of its 40 Under 40 class of 2020.
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Eric Oskey, AIA
Technical Director, Partner, Moto Design Shop Eric Oskey is a partner and Technical Director of the award-winning firm Moto Designshop (Moto) which is recognized for well-considered and crafted projects. Eric brings into being Moto’s creative vision through the sophisticated application of assemblies, material science, building systems, and construction knowledge. His understanding and use of digital production tools, creates a valuable reciprocation between digital technology and building technique. His substantial previous experience, which includes working at the Pritzker Prize winning office of Venturi Scott Brown, allows him to efficiently lead large-scale and institutional projects, while navigating their intricate dynamics. His studied approach to design is driven by an enthusiastic engagement of the making process and the descriptive tools used to reveal solutions. Moto has won numerous awards and competitions such as the American Institute of Architect (AIA) Philadelphia’s Emerging Architects Prize; the 2018 AIA Philadelphia Devine Detail Prize for the Walnut Estates Brick Screen; the 2018 AIA Pennsylvania Bronze Medal for the Walnut Estates and most recently the 2019 AIA Philadelphia Silver Medal for Arrupe Hall at Saint Joseph’s University, a Jesuit Priests Residence. Additionally, in 2018 he was individually awarded a prize as a Minority Business Leader by the Philadelphia Business Journal and in 2019 the Outstanding Asian American Business by the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia. Eric maintains his connection to academics as an Associate Professor of Practice in the Architecture Department at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University. Where his academic teaching and research is focused on Bio-Diversity in architecture, specifically the designing of architecture for wildlife habitation. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University and a Master of Architecture from Cornell University.
2021 AIA Long Island Archi Awards Jury
Jeff Pastva, AIA
Vice President of Development, Scannapieco Development Corporation 2021 President of AIA Pennsylvania Jeffrey Pastva, AIA, CPHC is the Vice President of Development at real estate development firm Scannapieco Development Corporation. He has extensive experience designing housing, including affordable, student, and senior typologies for both single and multi-family projects. He has served in volunteer roles at all levels of the AIA, having held leadership positions at the local, state, and national levels. In addition to his professional service he has volunteered for the Community Design Collaborative, his neighborhood RCO (SOSNA) and conducted professional portfolio seminars for students at Syracuse, NJIT, Drexel and Temple. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and has been a licensed Architect in PA since 2011.
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Karen Blanchard, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Principal, Sitio Architecture Past President AIA Philadelphia
Karen is a Principal at SITIO architecture + urbanism where she is focused on delivering design excellence to multifaceted projects. Her vast experience ranges in scale and typology – she is fully engrossed as an architect on civic and cultural, residential, educational and mixed-use projects. Karen’s commitment to design and the profession has resulted in numerous project design awards as well as being presented the AIA Philadelphia Young Architect award. Karen was the 2018 President of AIA Philadelphia, served 6 years as the Co-Chair of the AIA Philadelphia Women In Architecture Committee, and spent 5 years on the AIA Philadelphia Board of Directors and their Executive Committee. In addition, she serves her community on the Board of Directors with the Fairmount Community Development Corporation. As a graduate from Thomas Jefferson University, Karen has stayed connected with the University as an adjunct faculty member and the College of Architecture and the Built Environment Advancement Council.
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Ximena Valle, AIA, LEED AP Founding Principal, Fifteen Architecture
Ximena Valle, AIA is founder and Principal of FIFTEEN, an Architecture and Design Practice focused on innovation through collaboration, smart partnerships, and new processes. Ximena studied Architecture and Business Administration at the University of Florida and received a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was awarded the First Place E. Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowship for outstanding portfolio. Her interests lie at the intersection of academia and practice; digital and physical; and innovation through collaboration between individuals, disciplines, and industries. With a deep enthusiasm for the profession and a dedication to its future, Ximena is passionate about her role as educator. As Adjunct professor at Temple University’s School of Architecture, she has taught both Graduate and Undergraduate Design Studios and developed a course focused on professional development and career preparedness. She is a frequent lecturer on academic design juries including Temple, Drexel, Pratt, and Jefferson Universities. In 2020, she was a juror of the John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture. As a former Kress Fellow, she served as Director of Architectural Studies for the Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project, a multidisciplinary investigation researching, protecting, and documenting the Sanctuary of Zeus in Greece. With 15 years of professional experience, she has led teams in complex projects ranging from new construction to renovation of higher education, corporate, commercial, and health care spaces. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Registered Architect in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Kentucky. Ximena serves as City Planning Commission Member for the City of Philadelphia.
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2021 Award Categories
ARCHI AWARDS All Archi Award entries must fall into one of the following categories, which include both new construction projects and additions/renovations. Each category has a Built and an Un-Built classification. The categories are: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Residential Single Family (under $1 million) Residential Single Family (from $1 to $3 million) Residential Single Family (over $3 million) New Residential Multiple Family/Mixed Use New Commercial Facilities (under $4 million) New Commercial Facilities (over $4 million) New Mercantile (under $4 million) New Mercantile (over $4 million) Commercial Mercantile Renovations and Additions Institutional/Hospitality/Health Care/Government/ Transportation/Education Small Project any category (under $300,000.00 cost of construction) Small Firm or Sole Practitioner Historic Restoration/Adaptive Reuse Un-Built Projects are eligible only when a client is named Residential Interiors of any kind including renovations Non-Residential Interior Projects of any kind including renovations
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HONOR AWARDS These awards, selected by the Board of Directors of the Long Island Chapter AIA, recognize individuals and firms for outstanding service to the Long Island architectural community: • The AIA Architectural Achievement Award: Presented to an architectural firm or individual architect that has produced distinguished architecture consistently for a period of at least 10 years. • The AIA Benefactor’s Award: Presented to a public group, private individual or group of individuals or corporation who has sponsored and supported distinguished works of architecture on Long Island. • The AIA Membership Award: Presented to an AIA member who has provided outstanding service to the Chapter for over 10 years. • The Lifetime Achievement Award: Presented to an architectural firm or individual architect for outstanding achievement for over 20 years. • The Community Service Award: Presented to an architectural firm or individual architect who through their actions have increased the quality of life within the community. • The Legislator Award: Presented to a Legislator who has assisted in sponsoring bills that benefit the health, safety and welfare of the community. • The Educator Award: Presented to an educator who has consistently endeavored to advance the profession through promoting the importance of quality architecture and its positive influence on society.
HONOR AWARDS Lifetime Achievement Award Robert “Bob” M. Scheiner, AIA Robert
“Bob” M. Scheiner, is being nominated for the AIA Long Island Chapter Honor Awards - Lifetime Achievement. Bob was an Executive Vice President at H2M architects + engineers (H2M) and is currently a Senior Mentoring and Leadership Development Consultant at H2M. Bob grew up in Merrick, NY with his father who was a well-respected architect. Bob attended Sanford H. Calhoun High School in Merrick. He joined both the school’s baseball and winter track teams. However, he discovered that his true passion lied elsewhere. He wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps and become an architect. During his freshman year, Bob would sneak into his father’s office to review documents and plans. He was fascinated by them, he said, and it pushed him to begin taking classes in art and mechanical drawing. When graduation from high school came in 1965, Bob’s classmates voted him “Most Artistic.” This sent him over the architectural edge: “That basically told me that this was what I should do,” he said. After graduating from New York Institute of Technology in 1969 with his bachelor’s degree in architectural technology, Bob began his career as an architect with his father’s firm. He then joined architect, George Meltzer in Flushing, Queens and remained there until 1971 when he took a position with Levitt & Sons, a real estate development company. He later joined the Town of Riverhead as the Town’s Community Development and Planning Director. He then became the Town’s Deputy Supervisor and helped lead its efforts to providing housing for the needy. In 1986, Bob returned to the private sector with a consulting and design firm that he became familiar with while working for the Town of Riverhead. That firm was then Holzmacher, McLendon and Murrell, today known as H2M architects + engineers. He was the first architect hired to the firm and was tasked with creating and growing an architectural division. In this role, Bob directed all phases of architectural, planning, and structural engineering projects, including preparing comprehensive master plans, coordinating public works projects, and providing architectural designs and supervision on all architecture projects. Under his leadership, the Architectural Division flourished and has now grown to more than 130 employees, the largest segment in the firm.
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Bob was the lead architect on many projects throughout his tenure at H2M. In particular, Bob worked on a major project for the City of Jersey City, NJ. Jersey City’s City Hall building was built during the 1890s and was constructed utilizing a limestone exterior as well as painted ornamental copper along the roof to simulate stone. A fire in 1979 left approximately half the roof with a temporary covering and half the ornamental metal needing replacement with the remaining metal work needing serious restoration. Bob worked closely with Jersey City’s Bureau of Architecture to restore the roof profile to its presence of the 1950s. Bob brought in consultants that worked on the Statue of Liberty renovation, a project Bob was also involved in, to assist in restoring this historic building’s roof to its original design. Also of note, he worked on the architectural services for SplishSplash, a 30-acre water themed park in Riverhead, NY. He provided the overall planning and layout of the park, along with the design and construction documents of the ticket booth, administrative buildings, gift shop, locker pavilions and changing rooms, bathrooms, concession services, main filter building, wave pool, and indoor iceskating rink. Bob eventually became Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for H2M directing all corporate marketing, sales activities, and public relations. Bob also took on the role of Corporate Municipal Market Leader, in charge of the firm’s Long Island Market. Bob has extensive knowledge and experience with municipal and special district projects with clients that have included state and local municipalities, fire districts, school districts, and the private sector. Bob has been an active member of his community, serving as the Chairman of the Town of Huntington Chamber of Commerce as well as on its Executive, Government Relations, Green/Sustainable, and Huntington Village Parking Improvements committees. While serving as H2M’s Municipal Market Leader for Long Island, his experience has been guided by his community involvement and understanding that affordability remains a key issue in the area. He has been an integral part of many of H2M’s projects that improve Long Island’s infrastructure, and has been a proponent for affordable, transitoriented, and mixed-use housing. Bob also served as chair of the Leadership Huntington Foundation and is a member of its President’s Advisory Committee, and as a board member of Vision Long Island and the Community Development Corporation of Long Island. A former Rotarian in both
Riverhead and Huntington, Bob was presented with the Paul Harris Fellowship by the Huntington Station Rotary. He is also an active member of several business organizations, including Hauppauge Industrial Association, Long Island Association, and Action Long Island.
impart his expert experience to the staff as they work toenhance the communities in which we live. Bob has an unmatched record of providing distinguished, exceptional services to his community, both as a leader in business and architecture on Long Island, and in his commitment to his community through philanthropic work.
Today Bob serves a key role as a Mentoring and Leadership Development Manager to the young professionals working throughout all of H2M’s operating disciplines. Bob is always there to advise and
HONOR AWARDS Membership Award Christopher Wuest, AIA Christopher Wuest started in the field of architecture
in 1986 working in his father’s firm as a third-generation architect, started by his grandfather. Having no aspirations to pursue architecture initially, Chris enjoyed the challenges of the business and subsequently enrolled at NYIT to study architecture while working full time at Wuest & Bailey Architects. Graduating NYIT in 1994 and obtaining his license in 1998, one of Chris’ first decisions was to join the Long Island Chapter of the AIA. Soon after, Chris was recruited to become a member of the Board of Directors where he served the chapter for 12 years. During his tenure, Chris chaired the chapter’s website committee, worked on the Product Fair Committee and assisted with Chapter tours. Chris has since retired from the board but has stayed involved as much as he is needed by the chapter. Chris left working in the architectural office to better his knowledge by working in the construction field for GCs and CMs before finding his permanent home working for the Dormitory Authority (DASNY). After working 13 years at Wuest & Bailey Architects, Chris has spent the last 26 years in the field of construction where he gets to work with many of his peers as consultants and has built a School of Architecture for City College of New York, a new Science Facility for Lehman College and is currently building a new Nursing Building for Lehman College.
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Legislator Award Marvin Natiss, Esq. Marvin
Natiss, Esq. is a graduate of Brooklyn College, where he earned his B.S. degree in Accounting in 1957, and of Brooklyn Law School, where he earned his Bachelor of Laws in 1961 and his J.D. degree in 1967. Natiss was previously affiliated with Burke & Groh but started his own firm in January 1968. He is presently the managing partner of Natiss & Gordon, P.C. in Roslyn Heights, New York. Natiss is a pass President and still a member of the Executive Board of the Nassau County Village Officials Association and was the North Hills Village Justice for 10 years and has been Mayor of the Village of North Hills since 2003. He is a Past President of the Old Westbury Golf & Country Club, Temple Judea of Manhasset, and the Side Jacobson Jewish Community Center.
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Some of Spectorgroup’s projects include Stony Brook University Student Center, SUNY College at Old Westbury Campus Center, Nassau County Police Department Center for Training and Intelligence, Nassau County Family and Matrimonial Courts, Alfonse D. Amato Federal Courthouse and Office Building, CA Technologies, Pall Corporation, Glen Oaks Club, Dealertrack Technologies, RXR Plaza, Nikon, Sbarro, Audible Innovation Cathedral, and Brookfield Place just to name a few.
Article + publications…. Spectorgroup has been featured in 450+ placements which include outlets such as The New York Times, Crain’s New York Business,
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Educator Award Carol Ann Rusche Bentel, FAIA, ASID, IIDA Carol
Ann Rusche Bentel has made a lifetime commitment to teaching in schools of architecture and in related fields. She now serves as the Chair of the Interior Design: Built Environments Department at School of Visual Arts, was previously a professor of architecture and architectural history at MIT and Harvard, a Studio Professor at Georgia Tech, NYIT and CUNY and has served as a member of numerous Visiting and Accreditation committees charged with the evaluation of architecture schools. Carol has also been active in spreading the word about architecture to other disciplines, especially in the hospitality industry, teaching chefs and hoteliers how to engage productively with their design consultants. Her early ambitions to teach are demonstrated in her roles as teaching assistant at her Alma Maters, MIT, Washington University and NC State, where she contributed to the analytical textbooks, Precedents in Architecture, edited by her teaching mentors Roger Clark and Michael Pause. One can trace her teaching record back to the opening of her ballet school and dance studio in the basement of her family home in St. Louis at the age of 13. Throughout that epic career traced from ballet (one of her continuing passions) to architectural design education to history, theory and criticism, one thing has remained constant – her students adore Carol for her knowledge, wit, energy and undying commitment to their well being and future success in a challenging field. Carol’s contributions to the teaching of architecture are significant both with respect to design, where she demonstrates her interests as a designer and critic in institutional and hospitality related design, and architectural history especially of Italian Modernism. Carol has made significant contributions to the history of Italian Fascist architecture, an area of research in which she has published numerous articles and is currently preparing a book based on her PhD Dissertation on the history of the Casa del Fascio, the “houses of fascism” designed by Italian architects working in the service of Mussolini before and during WWII. Her work in this area is informative not merely as a political and typological history but also as a reminder to architecture professionals of the pitfalls of designing “without conscience.” She has carried that theme of “design with conscience” in her current critique of waste in architecture, noting the unfortunate destruction of buildings – especially their interiors - and the discarding of significant fragments which could be used in new structures rather than adding to the waste heap. Carol’s teaching pedagogy is built upon her study and work with mentors with whom she shares a commitment to cultivating the skills and judgement of new generations of architects but always with critical consideration of motives and outcomes. From her teaching of architectural history with James Ackerman and Neil Levine at Harvard, to her work in critical history studies with Stan Anderson,
David Friedman and Giorgio Cicucci at MIT and her development of analytical study methods with the aforementioned Roger Clark and Michael Pause, Carol’s resume records the high standard of pedagogical inquiry from which her students benefit. Carol’s academic profile demonstrates a similar degree of excellence in both history, theory and design. For her work in history, she received the Rome Prize and was awarded Fellowship in the American Academy in Rome. Prior to that she was a Fulbright Scholar in Venice, Italy, where she studied at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia with Manfredo Tafuri among others. She holds a PhD in History, Theory and Criticism from MIT, a M.Arch from North Carolina State University where she was awarded the AIA Medal and the Graduate Teaching Award, and a BArch from Washington University in St. Louis. Given the depth of her interests in teaching, one might think Carol is so consumed by those commitments that she has no time for practice. She believes the credo that “those who teach SHOULD practice” so their knowledge stays relevant to the experiences of her students. She pursues practice with the same energy and commitment to excellence that she applies to teaching. As a partner at Bentel & Bentel, many of her projects have received awards both at the national and international level including the AIA National Award for the design of the Modern at the Museum of Modern Art and more recently, the James Beard Award for Best Restaurant Design for Le Bernardin. Other awards abound but that recitation will have to be the focus of some other biography. Suffice it to say she is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects for excellence in design, Fellow of IIDA, a member of the AIA, licensed as an architect in several states, holds registration in NCARB, ASID, is certified by NCIDQ, is LEED AP and has her own Wikipedia page!
HONOR AWARDS Community Service Award Anthony N. Fierro, AIA Anthony
N. Fierro is the Executive Director of Facilities Services for Nassau BOCES, a local educational agency on Long Island, providing shared educational programs and services to the 56 school districts in Nassau County. His career at Nassau BOCES has spanned 38 years, and he has over 43 years of comprehensive experience in facilities management, capital construction and architectural design. At Nassau BOCES, Mr. Fierro is responsible for the facilities management, of over 1,000,000 square feet of space at fifteen locations throughout Nassau County. Buildings include programs for special education, career and technical education, alternative instruction, curriculum instruction and technology, administration, and support services. Under his leadership, he oversees all facets of the agency’s facilities operations, including capital construction, maintenance, custodial services, grounds maintenance, warehousing, security, and emergency response. His contributions in the completion of hundreds of school construction and renovation projects throughout his career have had a significant impact on student success. Mr. Fierro graduated from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture in 1978 and a Master of Architecture degree in 1981. He became a Registered Architect in 1984 and is licensed in New York State and Maryland. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and the New York State School Facilities Association. Over the years, Mr. Fierro has volunteered much of his time in support of the educational community and is passionate in promoting and improving the physical school learning environment. In 2017, Mr. Fierro was proud to be appointed to the Board for the Nassau BOCES Educational Foundation. The Foundation is an independent, non-profit, community-based organization. Its purpose is to acquire and distribute funds through grants, that enhance educational opportunities for all students who attend or take part in Nassau BOCES schools, services, and programs. In 2019, Mr. Fierro was the recipient of a SCOPE Education Services Award, recognizing his Administrator Service to Nassau BOCES. SCOPE is a not-for-profit organization, chartered by the New York State Board of Regents, whose primary aim is to engage Long Island children in a safe, nurturing environment.
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In the fall of 2020, Mr. Fierro, in collaboration with the Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, launched a highly successful webinar series focusing on the future of school planning and design. The overall goal of the initiative is to provide an opportunity for design professionals and the educational community to work collaboratively to explore emerging design principles for schools, in this country and around the world.
Special Award Ebru Sülker, Associate AIA Ebru
Sülker, Associate AIA has been in the Architecture industry for over twenty years. She is a graduate from the New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury Campus with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2001 and began her internship in the profession in 1999 coinciding with her architectural education. As she started her journey in Interior Design which was her first year of college, she immediately switched to Architecture, because of Design Fundamentals – a class that is required by both majors. She was on the Dean’s list and became a teacher’s assistant for Design 1 in her junior year. During her TA experience, she knew she wanted to teach in the future. As she set a goal to become a teacher and a mentor. Ebru studied abroad in Italy, Switzerland and Spain to gain the historical energy of the past where she studied ancient churches throughout her travels in the Summer of 1999. Using her skills in the Arts she was able to now understand how the plans of the past created the path for the future. While honing her skill set learned at Benjamin Cardozo High School in Queens as a Fine Arts Major, her talent had begun to take shape. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Queens, now living in Long Island— her origin: Turkish/ American – culture is a big part of her life. Ebru lived in Turkiye, Istanbul during her younger life giving her exposure to history and culture. She was able to learn the foundation of the Turkish language and ancient philosophy. Ebru started her journey in a Mechanical Engineer’s office to grasp the understanding of coordination. By gaining experience in many architecture firms she built her stamina in all aspects of Architecture. Working with Engineering, Mechanical, Structural and Architecture firms, she was able to gain a lot of experience in Construction Documentation and in the field of Construction. Ebru has achieved her goal, she has been an Adjunct Instructor at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT SoAD) in the Old Westbury Campus since 2015, teaching Design Fundamentals, Visualization, Design I, Building Construction and Environmental Systems. She brings her experience to her students while gaining knowledge and gets her students involved on the construction field. Ebru established her Consulting business: ES CONSULTANTS LLC during the pandemic, making the best of the time and enhancing her capabilities by using her skills she gained throughout her experiences. Ebru is a creative professional in High-end Retail, Commercial, Hospitality, Restoration/ Renovations, Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Dialysis Centers, Banks and Residential Construction. She
manages complex architecture and construction administration from inception to completion. She is also a lover of Interior Design and brings organization skills to her clientele. In the AIA, Ebru began her services to the architectural community by helping out with the AIA Queens Chapter back in 2014. She has been actively involved in the AIA. She was the Co-Chair for the AIA Queens Emerging Professionals in Architecture (QEPA), a volunteer with the AIA Queens Chapters activities for education and the Brooklyn Queens Design Awards. She was awarded The Emerging Professional Citation Award in 2018 and The Certificate of Appreciation in 2015 from the AIA Queens Chapter. Currently she is the Associate Director for AIA New York State and the Co-Chair for AIA Long Island Women in Architecture. She Co-founded the WIA with Graciela Carrillo, AIA that enhanced her love of mentoring Women in Architecture.
Residential Single Family (Under $1 million)
East Marion, NY Hideaki Ariizumi, studio a/b architects
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Sands Point Residence
Sands Point, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million) Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, NY Robert Young Architects
house in Bridgehampton is the result of a creative repurposing of a dilapidated building. Built in the 1980s, the original house had fallen into functional disrepair and became stylistically outdated and Considered to be at the end of its lifespan, the previous owners had placed it on the market as a tear- down. Seeing possibility with the existing structure and wanting to take a more sustainable approach, the architect proposed an alternative: instead of razing and beginning anew, they would design a purposeful renovation, reimagining the 40- year- old structure as a modern house tailored to its new owners. From outside, the renovation transformed the house’s architectural presence, preserving the building’s underlying structure while taking a clean- slate approach to its envelope. The original building had promising bones, forming a loose assemblage of pitched- roof volumes. But the architect identified a lack of visual
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clarity in the whole, owing to the vertical siding that had been painted uniformly white (which masked the interplay between the volumes), and to the arrangement of windows and doors (which showed little compositional relationship to the overall forms). To give each volume a distinct presence, the architect clad them in cedar shingles, a nod to the region’s vernacular, while using flat cedar planks stained black to provide a visual hyphen between the pitched roof forms. Inside, a thoughtful reconfiguration of spaces optimized the layout of the interior, establishing increased privacy, opening up more preferable views, and creating indoor/outdoor environments. A new sun terrace coupled with a new covered screened porch and a floorto- ceiling glazed living area allow the clients to experience indoor/ outdoor living for much of the calendar year. This creative reimagination of a run- down house not only creates a thoughtful connection to the region’s past; it also establishes a contemporary retreat for the client’s future.
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Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million) Cliffside Residence, Port Washington, NY Narofsky Architecture
This 1500 sq.ft. home is located on an east facing steep slope
on the Port Washington peninsula. It is one of 43 closely spaced homes which comprise a co- op, formally a bungalow colony, established 80 years ago as squatter shacks for workers at the local sand and gravel pit, however; recently, with the rise in property values, wonderful location, quality schools, and a direct train line into Manhattan, the bungalows were purchased, torn down and replaced with contemporary capes and salt boxes with projecting decks, dangerous stairs and a disregard for the state of the hillside. Our client’s desired to build a structure which respected the slope. Building difficulties included the local codes restricting home size to 1500 sq.ft,(plus up to a 750 sq ft cellar), and no less than 5’ between homes. Given the proximity of a home to the north and steepness of the hill, it was necessary to design the house top down. The main structure is conceived as a series of mat slabs which project off of
staggered retaining walls, which reduce the locality on the hilltop. No further retaining of the hill was required, and all the original stabilizing vegetation was maintained. The framing is based on a steel superstructure to support the aggressive cantilevers with engineer lumber infill. The L plan configuration was designed to create privacy from the close neighbors. The main level, reached from a mid hill road, is a large open family space for cooking, eating and lounging. The main stair bisects the plan taking the clients down to the bedroom level, and the perpendicular stair continues down into the walkout cellar which contains a bedroom, home office, laundry, recreation area, and mechanical room. The green roof over this area is utiliz ed as a terrace, accessed from the bedroom level.
Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million) Napeague, Amagansett, NY Bates Masi + Architects
and rail traffic noise present the most pressing problem on this road- fronting lot. Though it may seem paradoxical at first, the new house actually lies closer to the road than its predecessor. However this arrangement, with the structure stretched across the property, shields a large back yard from offending noise and opens it up to sunlight from the southern sky. Walls facing the road are free of fenestration and extend into the side yards and above the roofline to enhance their shielding effect. Half- timber construction, common amongst the neighborhood’s original cottages, inspired an economical alternative. In this house, inexpensive, pliable sheets of mass- loaded vinyl, typically used to reduce sound transmission through floors, cover the building’s framed exterior walls. The sheets fold together at their seams to form regularly- spaced projecting ribs that set a cadence for the wood siding panels’s widths.
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The threat of flooding from storms presents a secondary problem. The property sits at a low elevation only steps from the ocean and inches above ground water. Current flood maps require the first floor of new construction to rise eight feet above the natural grade. To reconnect the elevated house’s interior with the landscape, the front yard’s terrain is sculpted upward, restoring the property’s original windswept dunes in the process. The back yard connection is reestablished through a series of descending decks, stadium seating, and steps that meet the swimming pool and the fire pit, which are raised out of the ground to avoid the water table and to form bench seating. Drawing on the community’s architectural heritage while sustainably engaging the environment via the dunescape’s topography, we were able to reinvigorate the spirit of the small enclave’s sense of place while holding the restless outside world at bay.
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Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million) Harbor Hideaway, Sag Harbor, NY
The UP Studio
in the centuries- old whaling village of Sag Harbor, NY, the 2,630 square- foot Harbor Hideaway project is a singlefamily two- story residence. The property is situated in the center of a small peninsula and is one of the only lots in the neighborhood without direct water views. Although the instinct would be to design a new house to face the street, we flipped the traditional orientation of the home to face the rear corner of the yard. The first floor facade was designed to act as a subtle privacy screen from the street, while the rear of the home is fully glazed on both levels with custom windows to create a strong connection between the home’s interiors, the property’s natural landscape, and the spectacular views of the nearby harbors. The second floor, facing the street, is fully glazed with custom windows to allow for the morning sun to come into the bedrooms.
The entire home utilizes a simple material palette of blackened steel, light hardwood, and neutral colors. These material and furnishing selections provide a subtle sophistication and allow the property’s surrounding natural elements to organically provide a pop of color. At entry, the custom wood stair design connects the three interior levels of the home with a single gesture and provides a sense of openness that makes the home’s modest footprint feel much larger. The home’s rhythmic, black cedar facade wraps the entire home to naturally shade the south- facing bedrooms from the high summer sun and becomes a visual connection between the home and the carport, creating a covered entry in its path.
Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million) East Hollow, East Hampton, NY Oza Sabbeth Architects
This project is the radical renovation of a home designed
by Sarasota Architect Don Chapell and built in the late seventies. In critically analyzing the existing plan, we recognized a few shortcomings. The long, narrow plan was book- ended by the kitchen at one end, and the Living Room at the other. With the circulation, choked off by a stair in the center, it required a significant re- design. We did two things, move the stair, and stepped the front façade to create order and widen the internal spaces. In reimagining the front façade, we pursued a modernist design that would reflect the new organization of the interior spaces. The
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minimal façade orients the interior spaces to the southern backyard while calling attention to the entry, which was hidden in the original design. Lastly, the louvered façade outside of the living room created privacy, highlighted the view out to the existing landscape, all the while continuing the language of the main façade. The final design showcases a circulation that is smooth, interior spaces that are now open to each other, and an exterior that is a stark reflection of this internal order.
Residential Single Family (From $1 - $3 million)
Scrimshaw House (Commendation) Amagansett, NY Spectorgroup
East Hampton, NY Martin Architects, PC
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Bluff Point II Sag Harbor, NY BMA Architects
Sea Cliff, NY Amy Urban Architecture and Design
Long Island Waterside Retreat Pool House Southampton, NY SheltonMindel in collaboration with Reed A. Morrison
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Shelter Island Avenue
North Haven, NY Garnett DePasquale Projects, LLC
East Hampton, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect, P.C.
East Hampton, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect, P.C.
Amagansett House Amagansett, NY Hacin + Associates
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Amagansett, NY West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
RYAN T. KESNER ARCHITECT, P.C.
Award Winning High-end Architectural Designs in the Hamptons and Abroad
Residential Single Family (Over $3 million) Hither Hill House, Montauk, NY ARCHITECTUREFIRM
Hill was designed for a family with five grown children who live within a beach- side community focused on the natural environment, food, health, and wellness. The site and buildings were created to allow for a small- scale farm- totable lifestyle, integrating a residence and a multi- use pavilion/ guesthouse into a garden with outdoor trellises and recreational space. Linking the landscape to food production and respecting the area’s rich history of farming connects Hither Hills to a long cultural landscape heritage while also serving as a catalyst for the interactions and conversations that will take place on this site for decades to come. The site and community are defined by their proximity to the ocean and its seasonal changes, therefore, creating a productive garden at the center of the project was the most important step in connecting to the cultural and ecological landscape of this region. The primary focus was to extend a holistic landscape and quiet
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architectural intervention from the site out to the ocean, creating a series of contemporary buildings that would seamlessly integrate with a detailed landscape and garden design that could cater to both small and large gatherings in a variety of seasonal conditions. The buildings are abstracted versions of the traditional shingle style homes found throughout Long Island and are complemented by more permeable ground level compositions of inset porches and terraces defined by column and beam structures that frame the landscape. Cedar is used throughout the site as the shingle cladding, columns, and beams of the buildings, while the greenhouse is constructed from aluminum posts and beams. The result is a serene and unified composition of built material and natural landscape, making the light and nature of the place manifest as time turns wood to grey, summer to winter, garden to vista, new to old.
Residential Single Family (Over $3 million) East Lake House, Montauk, NY Robert Young Architects
design for this house in Montauk, New York is in direct response to its unique site. Set on Montauk Lake, it establishes a set of different visual and experiential relationships to this body of water. The owners purchased two adjacent lots that were sold as one. Instead of combining the lots and building one oversized house as the owners had contemplated, the architect created two separate structures — a main house and a guest house/garage, as a strategy to reduce the visual impact of the total project. By breaking up the program and considering the space between the separate buildings as an integral part of the solution, the architect was able to create a residence that had the program the client wanted, but with a visual effect that felt unobtrusive in the landscape. The two buildings position each living space to maximize and differentiate the views while capturing the summer sun and
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breezes and creating ample indoor/outdoor living opportunities. In the main house, living areas are placed close to the ground. Despite those varying experiences, one factor keeps everything cohesive: materials. Wide, rough- sawn cedar planks on the exteriors are left untreated to let the sun bleach them out to the silvery hue of driftwood; raw z inc roofs will also develop a mottled patina in time; and solid bronze hardware will stand up to the marine environment, becoming more beautiful with time and use. Though the design draws from elements of Montauk’s local vernacular, the design is decidedly modern, and the architect establishes a dialogue between those influences. For example, an exposed structural steel frame is set in visible dialogue with white timber beams and planks, elements prevalent in Montauk’s beach cottages and fishing shacks since the turn of the last century.
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Residential Single Family (Over $3 million) Stony Hill, Amagansett, NY Bates Masi + Architects
The goal of the project was to reference the agrarian history
of the site in the architecture and landscape design, principally by dividing the site into zones in a similar fashion to the original pasture parcels. In the same way that the parcels had different maturities of grasses due to the rotating grazing, the scale and density of the plantings in each zone were designed to vary based on modern needs: high grasses and shrubs provide a visual and acoustic buffer from the road, medium height grasses screen the house from the approach, and low grass and groundcover open up views where appropriate. The massing of the house is broken up into smaller volumes, each of which relate to one of the landscape zones: public spaces, private spaces, and guest or service spaces. The interconnected gabled structures reference the connected barn vernacular precedent but are adapted for a modern experience. The steep roof pitches
allow for ample 2nd floor space uninterrupted by collar ties. These traditional gable forms are subverted by cuts through the ridge to bring in natural light. In the same way traditional forms are adapted, so too are historic materials transformed. The shingle siding common to the region is exaggerated in scale. In reference to the grasses of the pasture, traditional thatch siding is employed but it is packed neatly between the exposed exterior framing in a modern interpretation. The rhythm of the exterior framing is continued on the interior in the structure of the stair and the bath vanities. With its holistic approach to both architecture and landscape, the design translates the history of the place into a unique architectural vocabulary. In the process it preserves the pastoral character of the site, creates a record of the past, and enriches the family’s home with deeper meaning.
Jule Pond II (Commendation) Southampton, NY BMA Architects
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Talmage Farm Residence (Commendation)
East Hampton, NY Architecture Outfit PLLC
Residential Single Family
(Over $3 million)
Amagansett House (Commendation)
Amagansett, NY James Merrell Architects, P.C.
North Sea House
North Sea, NY James Merrell Architects, P.C.
Meadow Lane Southampton, NY BMA Architects
New Beach Home
Quogue, NY Steven C Gaetano AIA G2 DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT
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Infinity House Boca Raton, FL The UP Studio
Water Mill, NY Roger Ferris + Partners
Ocean Pond Residence East Hampton, NY SheltonMindel
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Long Island, NY Deborah Berke Partners
Montauk, NY West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
Long Island Waterside Retreat
Southampton, NY SheltonMindel in collaboration with Reed A. Morrison Architect
New Residential Multiple/Family/Mixed Use Watermill Artist Residence, Water Mill, NY Roger Ferris + Partners
Watermill Artist Residence is a new housing complex that sits within a larger campus of the Watermill Center where artists visit from all over the world to collaborate and study all aspects of art and design, from theater, painting, sculpture, and more. The residence hosts a number of student living spaces on the upper floors, with a studio on the top floor which has tree top views and an abundance of natural light. There is a communal kitchen and dining area on the lowest level, as well as a multifunction space that can fully open to the outdoors for displaying art, hosting events, even becoming a backdrop for theatrical performances in the summer months. This multifunctional space is a refuge in the woods, an art object that one stumbles upon. The traditional gabled form sits within a concrete vessel that retains the earth on all sides. Steps terrace down into the vessel on
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the west side, forming tiered seating for spontaneous interaction and radical gesturalism. A contained courtyard creates a silent garden for contemplation and practice on the east. The east and west glazed façades look out onto the two courtyards on either side of the barn. The z inc columns and beams on the outside reflect the traditional barn construction of timber frame construction. The z inc frame is held in front of the glass façade, creating a small balcony for the bedrooms within. On the inside, the same timber framing is evident in the atrium space, now in reclaimed oak. Large sliding barn doors open into the atrium space from the north and south side of the form. The reclaimed oak floor and simple railings recall shaker architecture as they reach up along the three- story high space. Light floods the atrium through a skylight at the ridge.
Monarch at Ridge Hill Tower 2 Yonkers, NY H2M architects + engineers
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Southold, NY Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, LLP
New Residential Multiple Family / Mixed Use Morgan Parc
Mineola, NY Stephen B. Jacobs Group, PC
34 Park Avenue
Bay Shore, NY Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, LLP
New Commercial Facilities (Under $4 million) Bridge Facilities, Bridgehampton, NY Aurelie Paradiso Design
project is a mixed-use retail and residential development on a half-acre through site between Montauk Highway and Hildreth Lane in Bridgehampton, NY. The project’s challenge was to design a contemporary building on a small site while remaining contextual within the historic fabric of Bridgehampton. Responding to the barns, sheds, and small idiosyncratic residential and commercial buildings in this area, the building developed into a single two-story extruded bar with hipped roofs of varied height in order to break down the building scale while still allowing for a large ground floor open plan retail space. The north Montauk Highway facing double-height retail space is also residential in scale and character, formally referencing the historic homes of the area. The building bends in plan to create a semi-private green space and pedestrian path to the west away from the public parking allowing for a gracious and separate “garden” entry for the two
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two-bedroom residences located on the second floor, each with private ground floor entrances. Recalling the bucolic farms that once dominated the area, the site is landscaped using tall native grasses. The driveway and parking areas are paved with permeable pavers allowing low grasses to freely emerge and blanket the site. The building’s material palette harmonizes with the landscape. Ship lapped burnt cypress wood siding in the Japanese style of shou sugi ban was used on the exterior. The charring process accentuates the wood grain and draws out natural color variations in the wood. The color of the wood changes depending on the time of day and weather so although the building has a retrained palette, it is not static. Large glass bi-fold doors open the retail space in warmer months to the exterior landscape. With similar purpose, the exterior wood siding wraps into the interior residential staircases.
New Commercial Facilities (Over $4 million)
Wills Wharf Office / Hotel and Point Park Baltimore, MD Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, LLP
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(Under $4 million)
Starbucks “Greenwich Lane” Reserve Coffee Bar
New York, NY WFC Architects
East Norwich, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
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Naturopathica Spa and Holistic Healing Center East Hampton, NY DiGuiseppe Architect
Commercial Mercantile Renovations and Additions 601 Lexington
New York, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
Institutional / Hospitality / Health Care / Government / Transportation / Education Hall Arts Hotel, Dallas, TX Bentel & Bentel Architects
hotel was conceived as an integral component of the Dallas Arts District, the city’s celebrated constellation of museums and performance halls. It occupies a ten- story building, part of new complex that includes a taller condominium tower. The project maximizes its public space for the benefit of hotel guests and the outside public. A walkable “museum” - inside and out – that brings art to the public. The “four front doors” invites guest in to experience art inside the building and art outside on the sculpture walk. The project’s owners were intent on incorporating the arts into the guest’s experience, so the integration of artworks went well beyond merely hanging pieces on the walls. Set within surfaces of neutral color, the artworks have become part of the architecture, helping to define spaces and support way- finding. From the lobby, a sculptural stair leads to a mezzanine- like second- floor bar/dining area, which overlooks the entry and
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offers broad outward views. The objective in the public spaces has been to offer guests a continuity of spaces flowing one to another filled with art, rather than a sequence of separate volumes. The lower floor includes a banquette hall with its own garden. Corridors on each guestroom floor have been designed to feature one of the seven arts represented in the hotel’s collection: painting, sculpture, dance, music composition, film, theater, and photography. The bedrooms are also the setting for distinctive artworks, in this case photographs selected through a local contest. Each room displays an enlarged photo above the long horizontal headboard, complemented by hidden lighting. The typical guest room is entered through a “peninsula” corridor reaching deep into the bedroom bay, beyond the bathroom. One passes through a kind of proscenium to the main space. Most furniture was custom designed by the architect.
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Institutional / Hospitality / Health Care / Government / Transportation / Education MTA New York City Fan Plant (Commendation) Long Island City, NY Gannett Fleming Engineers and Architects
Confidential Client (Commendation) Nassau County, NY EwingCole
Longwood Public Library Middle Island, NY Peter Gisolfi Associates Architects - Landscape Architects, LLP
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Hospital for Special Surgery Omni Building Satellite Diagnostic Facility Uniondale, NY TPG Architecture
NYIT Medical Simulation Center
SUNY Old Westbury, NY Graf & Lewent Architects
Stony Brook University, Dubin Family Indoor Training Facility Stony Brook, NY Rafael Viñoly Architects
Webb Institute Couch Academic Center Glen Cove, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
St. Louis, MO Bentel & Bentel Architects
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North Shore Middle School Glen Head, NY MEMASI
Stony Brook University Student Union Stony Brook, NY Spectorgroup
Wellbridge Addiction, Treatment and Research Center Calverton, NY BBS Architects
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YMCA of Huntington Jorge Family Healthy Living Center Huntington, NY Hoffman Grayson Architects LLP
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Small Projects Any Category (Under $300,000) Shorewood Residence Pool and Cabana, Sands Point, NY Narofsky Architecture
The client for this project called upon us to design a “Pagoda”
style cabana in their rear yard that would coordinate with a landscape design (pool, patios, tennis court) prepared by a contractor. During that meeting we discussed the idea of a cohesive design approach to integrate the various elements of the backyard. The plan that we arrived at takes advantage of the client’s large backyard space and elevated topography to weave together the pool/hot tub, cabana space, and tennis court. While walking the higher terrain we discovered there was a view towards the Long Island Sound, this influenced the sectional design of the building which now incorporated a walk on (from the elevated tennis court) green roof, sitting area, and fire pit. The inside portion of the cabana has a lounge tv area, bath/changing room and a bar that services the covered outdoor seating. Along
with this, there is also a storage room for all the pool accessories and in the winter, the outdoor furniture. The covered portion is framed by a free- floating wall which houses outdoor tv’s and serves to block the view to a neighboring property, and therefore, creates secluded setting. Heaters are set in the ceiling to extend the use of the space beyond the summer season. The pool area level was created through a retaining waterfall wall, which is clad with all stones matching that of the patio. An allée of trees is aligned with the cabana orientation to emphasis and frame the water view. Other landscape areas were kept low and filled with mass planting to integrate with the angular geometry of the overall composition.
Small Projects Any Category (Under $300,000)
Galileo Terrior (Commendation)
New York, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
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Bridgehampton, NY Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
West Seattle, WA Babienko Architects
Greene Street Lobby New York, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
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Southold Free Library Southold, NY Vincent Benic Architect LLC
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East Quogue, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect P.C.
Small Firm or Sole Practitioner
(less than 5 employees including Principal or Sole Practitioner)
Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore (RSNS) Manhasset, NY Bruce Spenadel Architect
Naturopathica Holistic Health and Healing Center
East Hampton, NY DiGuiseppe Architect
Peconic Hockey Arena Riverhead, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect P.C.
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Custom Farm House
Water Mill, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect, P.C.
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Bridgehampton, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect P.C.
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Water Mill, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect P.C.
Historic Restoration / Adaptive Re-Use The Church, Sag Harbor, NY
SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership
Church, located in Sag Harbor, NY, is a comprehensive adaptive reuse and restoration project that returns a onceshuttered religious structure back to the community as a vibrant center for creativity. The original 1836 sanctuary housed the Methodist Church of Sag Harbor until 2008, when the congregation relocated. The new center features an artists- inresidence program with accommodations, studios, galleries, a resource library, and public garden.
End artists adorn the windows, acting as modern interpretations of traditional stained- glass.
Our approach recognizes the rich history of the facility, while celebrating contemporary interventions that facilitate a transcendence of typology. Demolition from prior restoration attempts revealed rustic wood framing throughout, and maintaining this exposure set up a compelling dialogue between past and present, allowing for the sublime geometry of the original structure to emerge in dramatic relief.
The main floor, accessed through the restored east façade entry, retains much of the original sanctuary’s processional sequence. However, a stark contrast in experience occurs upon entry as visitors encounter the reveal of the double height exhibition hall beyond where they can explore a range of events, including artist talks, performances, and educational programming.
Additions to the space complement original elements and a revelation of light- filled volumes and rich material textures characterizes the spatial experience. Portraits of notable East
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A flexible studio space on the ground floor is surrounded by the building’s original 22- inch- thick stone masonry walls. New volumes inserted into this raw creative space are clad in reclaimed wood lath, complementing the historic wood framing. To the south, the doors open to a sunken terrace and public garden.
The mezzanine achieves lightness by presenting itself as a slender plane clad in white oak finishes and a high- contrast white underside. Interconnection between all levels is facilitated by a glass elevator and minimal steel and wood stairways.
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Historic Restoration / Adaptive Re-Use Brick Kiln, Sag Harbor, NY Oza Sabbeth Architects
An Architect’s commitment to sustainability starts with the
question of whether a structure can be reused. An ethos of renovating is a more sustainable approach to design than to continually demolish and rebuild. Renovating helps us see what has gone wrong with buildings over time and reveals opportunities not taken in a structure’s past lives. This in turn makes us better designers. For our clients, renovations tend to be a better value than tearing down and rebuilding where suitable.
the space and improve the circulation of the home. The opening of the plans allowed for increased connections horizontally and for the full length of the existing home to be finally realized. Not only were the plans of the home opened during the renovation, but the replacement of the existing sloped roof systems with pergola- like roofs opened the volumes of the home towards the sky to receive plenty of natural daylight. The wooden slatted planes created continuity in the facades by connecting the volumes of each level.
Utilization of the existing bones of the Brick Kiln home was an essential way to begin its sustainable reimagination. The existing structure created natural divisions of space, with the most public spaces towards the entryway and increased privacy as you move farther into the home. By understanding the structural composition of the home, we were able to reduce the number of divisions inside
Before the renovation of the Brick Kiln project, the home had a firm boundary between the exterior and interior spaces. After, the client can inhabit a larger spectrum of spaces, including shaded porch spaces and carefully placed pathways. The multiple punched- out windows are replaced by large sheets of glass and sliding doors creating a datum of increased transparency and light.
Historic Restoration / Adaptive Re-Use
Jaffe Squared (Commendation)
Water Mill, NY Roger Ferris + Partners
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Tolan House (Commendation) Amagansett, NY Martin Architects PC
Farrell Communities - Islip
Central Islip, NY Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, LLP
Unbuilt Projects The Renewable Energy and STEM Center (Commendation) Brentwood, NY AECOM
Tamsen House (Commendation)
Southampton, NY Fernando Fisbein Architect DPC
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Montauk Maple Montauk, NY Martin Architects PC
Mill Creek Close Water Mill, NY BMA Architects
Dutchess County, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
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Ocean Aviation FBO Terminal NAPA County Airport
Napa County, CA Spectorgroup
Suffolk Theater Multi-Use Complex Riverhead, NY Stott Architecture
House on Peconic Bay Hampton Bays, NY Andrew Pollock Architect, PC
Carantec, Bretagne, France Eduardo Lacroze AIA - Architect w/ Benzler Architects
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Shelter Island House
Shelter Island, NY James Merrell Architects, P.C.
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Residential Interiors of Any Kind (Including Renovations)
Water Mill Residence (Commendation) Water Mill, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
Curtain Wall Too - Sag Harbor (Commendation) Sag Harbor, NY SheltonMindel in collaboration with Neil Logan Architect
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Harbor Hideaway (Commendation) Sag Harbor, NY The UP Studio
North Haven, NY GRADE New York
Melville Condo Renovation Melville, NY PartiHaus Design, LLC
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Sagaponack, NY Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Park Avenue Apartment Manhattan, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
Westbury, NY Stonehill Taylor and GRCH Architecture
Boca Raton, FL The UP Studio
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Non Residential Interiors of Any Kind (Including Renovations)
Hunter Restaurant (Commendation)
East Norwich, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects
Echo Street Capital Management (Commendation) New York, NY Spectorgroup
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Long Island City, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
Forchelli Deegan Terrana, LLP Uniondale, NY JRS Architect, P.C.
Melville, NY Ryan T. Kesner Architect P.C.
Naturopathica Holistic Health & Healing Center East Hampton, NY DiGuiseppe Architect
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Confidential Private Equity Client New York, NY Spectorgroup
Esquire Bank Tech Space
Jericho, NY Mojo Stumer Associates
mongoDB New York, NY Spectorgroup
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Melville, NY TPG Architecture
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2021 Archi / Commendation Award Winners Residential Single family (from $1 to $3 million) Mitchell Lane Bridgehampton, NY Robert Young Architects Archi
East Hollow East Hampton, NY Oza Sabbeth Architects Archi
Cliffside Residence Port Washington, NY Narofsky Architecture Archi
Scrimshaw House Amagansett, NY Spectorgroup Commendation
Napeague Amagansett, NY Bates Masi + Architects Archi
Clearwater East Hampton, NY Martin Architects, P.C. Commendation
Harbor Hideaway Sag Harbor, NY The UP Studio Archi
Residential Single Family (over $3 million) Hither Hill House Montauk, NY ARCHITECTUREFIRM Archi
Jule Pond II Southampton, NY BMA Architects Commendation
East Lake House Montauk, NY Robert Young Architects Archi
Talmage Farm Residence East Hampton, NY Architecture Outfit PLLC Commendation
Stony Hill Amagansett, NY Bates Masi + Architects Archi
Amagansett House Amagansett, NY James Merrell Architects P.C. Commendation
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New Commercial Multiple / Family / Mixed Use Watermill Artist Residence Water Mill, NY Roger Ferris + Partners Archi
New Commercial Facilities (under $4 million) Bridge Facilities Bridgehampton, NY Aurelie Paradiso Design Archi
Institutional/Hospitality/Health Care/Government/Transportation/Educational Hall Arts Hotel Dallas, TX Bentel & Bentel Architects Archi
Confidential Client Nassau County, NY EwingCole Commendation
MTA New York City Fan Plant Long Island City, NY Gannett Fleming Engineers and Architects Commendation
Small Projects Any Category (under $300,000.00) Shorewood Residence Pool and Cabana Sands Point, NY Narofsky Architecture Archi
Playset Bridgehampton, NY Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects Commendation
Galileo Terrior New York, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects Commendation
2021 Archi Award Winners Historic Restoration/Adaptive Re-Use The Church Sag Harbor, NY SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership Archi
Jaffe Squared Water Mill, NY Roger Ferris + Partners Commendation
Brick Kiln Sag Harbor, NY Oza Sabbeth Architects Archi
Tolan House Amagansett, NY Martin Architects PC Commendation
Unbuilt Projects The Renewable Energy and STEM Center Brentwood, NY AECOM Commendation
Tamsen House Southampton, NY Fernando Fisbein Architect DPC Commendation
Residential Interiors Of Any Kind, Including Renovations Water Mill Residence Water Mill, NY Mojo Stumer Associates Commendation
Harbor Hideaway Sag Harbor, NY The UP Studio Commendation
Curtain Wall Too - Sag Harbor Sag Harbor, NY SheltonMindel in collaboration with Neil Logan Architect Commendation
Non-Residential Interiors Of Any Kind, Including Renovations Hunter Restaurant East Norwich, NY Bentel & Bentel Architects Commendation
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Echo Street Capital Management New York, NY Spectorgroup Commendation
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2021 AIA Long Island Archi Awards The American Institute of Architects Long Island Chapter Thanks all of the Archi Entrants, Award Sponsors, Patrons, Contributors, Supporters, Jurors and Attendees, Without whom this event would not be possible. Special Thanks to Our Sponsors: Marmiro Stones PGI Geothermal Sherwin Williams Ryan T. Kesner Architect, P.C. Spectorgroup Benjamin Moore Cancos H2M L’Abbate, Balkan, Colavita, & Contini, LLP Mojo Stumer Associates Sub Zero Viroc West Out East Empire Sales Group Specification Lighting Sales SLS The Monticciolo Company