Morris Adjmi Architects

The 10 most valuable Brooklyn condo filings accepted in 2016

December 2016 | Link to Article

Austin Nichols House, a converted Williamsburg warehouse that was once the base of operations for a prominent bourbon distributor, was the priciest condominium filing approved by the New York Attorney General’s Office in 2016.

Wythe Hotel architect tapped to design hip new getaway at Rockaway Beach

December 2016 | Link to Article

Is Rockaway Beach set to get its own version of the ultra-hip Wythe Hotel. The architect of the Williamsburg hotspot, Morris Adjmi has been tapped to design a new boutique hotel at 108-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard.

Morris Adjmi-Designed Hotel Planned For 108-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Rockaway Beach

December 2016 | Link to Article

Rockaway Beach is about to get a boutique hotel designed by Wythe Hotel architect Morris Adjmi. New building applications were filed Tuesday for the six-story project at 108-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, between 108th and 109th Streets.

Wedged and Softened to Fit in on the Upper West Side

December 2016 | Link to Article

Anbau Enterprises is developing a 13-story condo tower at 207 West 79th Street, designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, that falls within the Upper West Side-Central Park West Historic District. Anbau’s managing director, Barbara van Beuren, said that she had discovered that working with landmark districts produced a better and more contextual building.

Rendering reveals proposed rooftop pool at Fishtown hotel

December 2016 | Link to Article

The cantilevered pool at our Fishtown hotel project went up for review with the community board — and passed 21-3! We are thrilled.

Tour an Upper West Side Condo With Contemporary Details

December 2016 | Link to Article

At the Upper West Side’s pre-war inspired 207 W 79th St., residents get the beauty of a historic building with the perks of contemporary amenities and design.

Late Check­-In: Brooklyn

December 2016 | Link to Article

A crop of luxury hotel openings makes clear what sophisticates have long known: New York’s hottest destination may no longer be an island.

Re-Constructivist Architecture at Ierimonti Gallery

December 2016 | Link to Article

 
Ierimonti Gallery New York is pleased to present Re-Constructivist Architecture, curated by Jacopo Costanzo and Giovanni Cozzani and promoted by the Scientific Technical Committee of Casa dell’Architettura in collaboration with Consulta Giovani Architetti Roma.
 
The exhibition will feature the work of thirteen international emerging architecture firms, aiming to portrait a generation of architects born in the ‘80s: a countertrend that tries to recover a debate lost years ago and obstructed by a cumbersome star system. Their theoretical, critical and historical approach attempts to rediscover a thoughtful dimension behind the architectural subject. Each firm will present a residential project in the Roman countryside, a design exercise meant as a typological investigation, or, more generally, as a meditation on the autonomy of the architectural discipline. What will remain are thirteen projects for thirteen houses in the Roman countryside, thirteen gifts to the city of Rome.
 
Involving some of the architects who participated to the 1988 MoMA’s show “Deconstructivist Architecture” through their drawings and short essays, the exhibition is attempting to generate a debate between two generation of architects: one who destabilized a certain kind of relationship with the design theory and a new one wishful to get back on the lost way.
 
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Morris Adjmi on Designing in Historic Districts, Aldo Rossi and His Own Style

December 2016 | Link to Article

An interview with Morris by Liam La Guerre of The Commercial Observer.

Seven-Story, 16-Unit Residential-Hotel Project Filed At 144 Barrow Street, West Village

November 2016 | Link to Article

William Gottlieb Real Estate has filed applications for a seven-story, 16-unit mixed-use building at 144 Barrow Street, located a few steps from the Hudson River in the West Village. Morris Adjmi Architects is the architect of record.

Morris Adjmi-designed building neighbors the Lucerne Hotel

November 2016 | Link to Article

A new Morris Adjmi-designed condo in the Upper West Side-Central Park West Historic District is poised to launch sales.

What’s the Deal: Developer to Redevelop Brooklyn Warehouses

October 2016 | Link to Article

 
The structures, which have a main address at 94 Ninth St., include a four-story building with 15-foot ceilings; a one-story, column-free building with 25-foot ceiling heights and skylights; and a two-story building. The one-story structure likely will house a food and beverage tenant and will have a roof deck, Mr. Hamway said. Four roof decks, new elevators and new lobbies are included in the redevelopment plans, designed by Morris Adjmi.

207 West 79 Tops Off

October 2016 | Link to Article

 
We celebrated the topping-off of our Upper West Side condo 207 West 79th Street with Anbau and the construction crew today. It was a beautiful day to spend 13-stories above Amsterdam Avenue!
 
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How to Shop a Flea Market Like an Architect

October 2016 | Link to Article

When you go to the same flea market every Sunday for 11 years, you’re bound to pick up a few things. For architect Morris Adjmi, the Elephant’s Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut, is at once a comforting weekend ritual, an endless source of creative inspiration, and an action-packed treasure hunt…

Style Meets Substance on New Upper West Side Towers

October 2016 | Link to Article

 
People who live on the Upper West Side have long had a reputation for being more artsy and even Bohemian than, say, their Upper East Side counterparts. But they love their Upper West Side just as it is, thank you.
 
The latest architectural evidence for this proposition comes from two apartment towers under construction in the heart of the neighborhood.

Morris Adjmi presents Lyle Starr

September 2016 | Link to Article

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MA x Habitat for Humanity [Session 1]

October 2016 | Link to Article

Our first volunteer session with Habitat for Humanity was a huge success. The Habitat NYC crew had us laying subfloor and hanging drywall for a 15-family development in East New York. Everyone had a great time and we all came away with some new skills. Big thanks to Zach, Chris, Butch, and Mike from Habitat NYC for showing us how it’s done.
 
We’ll be back in November for Session 2.
 
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Archtober’s Building of the Day: Samsung 837 by Gensler and Morris Adjmi Architects

October 2016 | Link to Article

Samsung 837, the Korean tech company’s flagship US location and our fourth Landmarks approved building in the Meatpacking District, was the first “Building of the Day” for AIA Archtober 2016. Read about the tour that AIA conducted on October 1.

Morris Adjmi’s Office Doubles as a Rotating Art Gallery

August 2016 | Link to Article

When Adjmi moved offices, he began to wonder if he could find a more creative use for the walls of the 10,000-square-foot space than hanging photos and drawings of the firm’s own buildings. The idea of revolving art exhibitions was born.

Kushner Companies’ 72-Story 30 Journal Square Approved, Revealed

August 2016 | Link to Article

The tower will become Morris Adjmi’s largest project in the New York region, and its look appears to draw from the same body of industrial-styled work that the architect is well known for. In this case, dark bands will criss-cross the facade, dividing it into larger blocks. From a distance, the building almost seems to dissolve into a stack of glassy bricks, which will definitely make for a positive contrast against the more drab architecture that currently predominates the area.

Building of the Week

August 2016 | Link to Article

In the decades since architect Morris Adjmi was partnered with Italian Architect Aldo Rossi, his eponymous, New York-based firm has created a number of buildings in Manhattan that tap into the city’s industrial past. Adjmi has taken his contemporary expression of industrial architecture to the corner of 8th and V Streets NW in Washington, DC, for two new mixed-use apartment buildings on sites formerly occupied by the Atlantic Plumbing Supply Company. Adjmi answered a few questions about the project.

The future of hotels in an Airbnb world

August 2016 | Link to Article

The ROOST brand, which bills itself as an apartment hotel, specifically targets those seeking longer stays, especially the mobile class of workers bouncing between gigs in different cities. He believes the real selling point is amenities, which is why ROOST, which currently operates two locations in Philadelphia, focuses on design, hiring Morris Adjmi Architects to design “aspirational” spaces that resemble polished showrooms for hip furniture stores.

Landmarks Approves Morris Adjmi’s Revised Design For Office Building At 363 Lafayette Street, NoHo

August 2016 | Link to Article

A NoHo lot is on its way to getting a new 10-story-tall office building designed by prolific architect Morris Adjmi. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the revised proposal for such a structure at 363 Lafayette Street.

Hotels vs. Airbnb: Let the Battle Begin

July 2016 | Link to Article

Roost Apartment Hotel, an extended-stay brand with two locations in Philadelphia featuring apartments with kitchens that look like the hippest Airbnb host decorated them with original art and modernist furnishings. Guests have front desk service, however, and access to a fitness center.

207 West 79th Street Breaks Ground

July 2016 | Link to Article

CJ Anderson, Morris Adjmi, and Project Manager Chris Glass at the much anticipated groundbreaking of 207 West 79th Street, our LPC Approved 63,000sf mixed-use residential tower in the Upper West Side-Central Park West Historic District.

NYC Landmarks You Can Live In

July 2016 | Link to Article

The Austin Nichols House is the ideal location for lovers of history and whiskey. The building was originally designed by Cass Gilbert, whose other projects included the Woolworth Building at 233 Broadway, and was built for Austin, Nichols. & Co. The building later served as the distribution center for Wild Turkey bourbon…

Winter Properties unveils new look for 3 East 28th Street in NoMad

July 2016 | Link to Article

Winter Properties announced the redevelopment of 3 East 28th Street in the NoMad neighborhood.

The mixed-use redeveloped building will feature state of the art creative office and retail space.

First Looks Inside Williamsburg’s Cass Gilbert Warehouse-Turned-Condos

June 2016 | Link to Article

Developed by Kushner Cos. and LIVWRK on Williamsburg’s burgeoning waterfront, the 338-condo Austin Nichols House has just finished its complete renovation…

Fulton Market Lands Another London Hotel Brand

June 2016 | Link to Article

Hoxton will open a 175-room hotel in an 11-story building that developer Jeff Shapack is set to build at Green and Lake streets in 2018, the hotel chain and the Chicago developer said.  Construction to begin in December.

Renderings Revealed: Ridge Flats Mixed-Use Development in East Falls

May 2016 | Link to Article

Renderings have been released of a big mixed-use development planned for East Falls ahead of the Civic Design Review meeting on May 31.

Morris Adjmi’s Tribeca Condo Building at 83 Walker Street Gets Its Inverted Facade

May 2016 | Link to Article

After a unanimously approval by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in June 2011, the Morris Adjmi-designed condo building at 83 Walker Street has fully risen and is nearly completely adorned with its creamy, concrete facade.

New block-long hotel and retail development approved by Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board

May 2016 | Link to Article

The first new large-scale development in years on Washington Avenue got a strong endorsement from the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board on Tuesday.

Roost Apartment Hotels: The Extended Stay Hotel Reinvented

May 2016 | Link to Article

Roost Hotels, conceived as a hybrid between an Airbnb rental and a boutique hotel, recently opened its second Philadelphia location overlooking Rittenhouse Square (the first venture is in downtown Philadelphia), in a bid to attract the next generation of business nomads.

The Power Architects That Are Reshaping New York City

April 2016 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi Architects is listed by Commercial Observer as one of the most powerful architects working in New York City.

Austin Nichols House preview featured in NYT

April 2016 | Link to Article

First Look at Morris Adjmi’s Romanesque Design for Soho’s 134 Wooster Street

March 2016 | Link to Article

Studio Visit with The Architect’s Newspaper

March 2016 | Link to Article

Cultured Magazine Feb/March 2016

March 2016 | Link to Article

True Grit: With his contemporary take on industrial buildings, architect Morris Adjmi gives substance to gentrification.

Morris Adjmi presents Matthias van Arkel

November 2016 | Link to Article

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MA featured in Washington Post

January 2016 | Link to Article

The Washington Post’s article “10 buildings you must see around the new boom-time Washington,” highlights MA’s Atlantic Plumbing as one of the most interesting projects of Washington DC’s recent building boom.

MA at AIA DAC

November 2015 | Link to Article

Morris will present an overview of the firm’s work before delving into a case study of Atlantic Plumbing, a multi-phased mixed-use residential project in Washington DC. Join us at the District Architecture Center on Tuesday Nov. 10 at 6pm when he presents “Building, Context, History” as part of the DAC Design Lecture Series.

MA at Boutique Design NY

November 2015 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi joins “Homing In: Business and Design Opportunities In the Red-Hot Hotel/Residential Hybrid”  at Boutique Design New York on November 8 at 3:45pm. The session will examine added amenities in residential projects and more residential aspects in hospitality projects – hybrids that are certainly heating up.

The Numbers on MA

October 2015 | Link to Article

The New York Post notes Morris’ “sensitivity to context and community, combined with a love of luxury” before delving “into the digits that keep him designing.”

Boerum Gets Brick at 465 Pacific

September 2015 | Link to Article

New York Times real estate columnist C.J. Hughes notices that MA’s new project brings a contextual brick design to Boerum Hill in the new 465 Pacific.

MA at Dwell on Design

September 2015 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi joined a panel to explore “The New Meaning of Hospitality” at a Dwell on Design New York on Saturday, October 3.

Ten Questions with Morris

August 2015 | Link to Article

Mairi Beautyman from Interior Design magazine learned a little more about our projects in “10 Questions with… Morris Adjmi.

Politics of Preservation

August 2015 | Link to Article

Morris joined a panel at the Museum of the City of New York for “The Politics of Preservation,” which explored the  political process of the Landmarks Law. The program accompanied the exhibition Saving Place: 50 Years of New York City Landmarks, which runs until January 3, 2016.

9fi5th talks to Morris

July 2015 | Link to Article

Morris talks to real estate publication 9fi5th Magazine about material selections, kitchen layouts, and rooftop spaces in the firm’s designs. “There are definitely classical and traditional elements that exist but with an entirely new spin.”

Monocle and Morris

June 2015 | Link to Article

Morris contributed a few paragraphs to Monocle’s new travel guide “New York.” From FiDi and SoHo to NoHo and farther uptown, Morris points out a few highlights including Donald Judd’s Studio, the Ford Foundation, and the ubiquitous quotidian water tanks. Grab the guide, take a walk, and keep your head up.

MA to relocate to Financial District

July 2015 | Link to Article

Construction is nearing completion on MA’s new office in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. We will begin operations on Monday July 20 from 60 Broad Street, 32nd Floor NY, NY 10004. All other contact information will remain the same.

LPC approves Brooklyn Heights renovation

June 2015 | Link to Article

NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved MA’s design for the adaptive reuse of Brooklyn Heights Cinema building into condos. “The design is very elegant,” said Commission Chair Meenakshi Srinivasan.

Industrial Chic in Northwest DC

May 2015 | Link to Article

“Adjmi’s attention to detail extended to his interior designs for Atlantic Plumbing… says Bryan Moll, a senior vice president for development for JBG.”

A Candid Look at ROOST

April 2015 | Link to Article

Candid Magazine talks about ROOST’s “home comforts and a natural, relaxed atmosphere – without losing the concierge.”

To Dwell at ROOST

April 2015 | Link to Article

Dwell magazine looks at Philly’s ROOST where the welcoming interiors make you want to stay.

Curbed Philly Checks in to the ROOST

April 2015 | Link to Article

“Can we agree that this beats a pull-out couch by a long shot?”

The ROOST gives Philly an extended stay

March 2015 | Link to Article

The Inquirer’s Samantha Melamed takes an in-depth look at the ROOST, Philadelphia’s premier temporary and long-stay apartment hotel designed by MA.

Checking into the ROOST

March 2015 | Link to Article

Wallpaper* appreciates ROOST’s  “contemporary haven around original period details.”

The Inquirer looks into Philly’s Fishtown

March 2015 | Link to Article

ROOST featured in New York Times

February 2015 | Link to Article

MA’s “Retro Industrial” style discussed in Architect’s Newspaper

January 2015 | Link to Article

Article features two new MA projects in Washington D.C. and Philadelphia

Ladies’ Mile Building Receives Landmarks Preservation Commission Approval

December 2014 | Link to Article

 

LPC approved the application to restore the facades of two existing landmarked buildings and construct new buildings on 17th and 18th St. within the Ladies’ Mile Historic District.

 

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837 Washington featured in MARK Magazine

November 2014 | Link to Article

207 W. 79th St Receives Landmarks Preservation Commission Approval

October 2014 | Link to Article

LPC approves the new 13-story residential building for the Upper West Side Historic District. The facade will be brick and limestone with decorative terra cotta panels.

250 Bowery is Archtober “Building of the Day”

August 2014 | Link to Article

Join MA for a tour of  250 Bowery on Thursday, October 2, 2014 as part of the fourth annual Archtober, New York City’s Architecture and Design Month. The mixed-use condominium development across the street from the New Museum was a design collaboration between MA and architect Aldo Andreoli. The project received an AIA NY Architecture Merit Award this past spring and was featured on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York.

837 Washington earns Award of Honor at the SARA/NY 2014 Design Awards

June 2014 | Link to Article

Joshua Mackley accepted a Design Award of Honor on behalf of MA for the recently completed 837 Washington Street project at this year’s SARA|NY 2014 Design Awards, held on June 24, 2014. Shown here with Josh is Keith M. Lucas, ARA, the Society of American Registered Architects New York Council President.

The New York Observer is “Dancing About Architecture”

June 2014 | Link to Article

MA’s 837 Washington is featured in The Observer’s roundup of “architecturally daring, avant-garde” architecture along the High Line.

Curbed reveals MA’s new Williamsburg residential project

June 2014 | Link to Article

Join Morris and Bill Higgins for a cocktail and conversation

June 2014 | Link to Article

Please join Morris and his longtime friend and colleague, Bill Higgins, for the AIANY’s ever-popular evening of Cocktails & Conversations on Friday June 20th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Center for Architecture.

The Architect’s Newspaper goes In Detail on 837 Washington

June 2014 | Link to Article

OHNY Spring Benefit to be held at 837 Washington

March 2014 | Link to Article

Our recently completed 837 Washington Street will be the setting for the 2014 OHNY Spring Benefit, to be held on Wednesday May 7. This year’s event will honor Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief, Interior Design Magazine; Barry Bergdoll, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art and Archaeology, Columbia University and Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; and the Hon. Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President. 

Visit MA’s office during openstudios Flatiron District.

March 2014 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi Architects invites you inside our studio during openstudios Flatiron District on Saturday, April 12, between 1-5PM. This is an open house celebrating the neighborhood as a thriving center of architecture and design. Visit us and see what’s new at MA.

openstudios is an ongoing series organized by openhousenewyork to celebrate the architecture community and the neighborhoods around the city that are major hubs of creativity and innovation in architecture, design, engineering, and urban planning.

Morris elevated to AIA College of Fellows in a ceremony at the Center for Architecture.

March 2014 | Link to Article

On March 10th in a ceremony at the AIA New York Center for Architecture, Morris was elevated to the College of Fellows along with ten distinguished members of the New York City chapter.

MA picks up an Honorable Mention at 1st Annual HDC Awards.

March 2014 | Link to Article

MA received an honorable mention from the Historic Districts Council for work on the Wythe Hotel. The jury commented that:

“In another non-landmarked neighborhood where new (& clumsy architecture) has been rapidly replacing old, we were pleased to see an existing building so successfully re-purposed. This factory-to- hotel project emphasizes the local grit, handsomely, in and out. The glass curtain wall  (extending above the roof) expresses the mix of historic and hip.”

Morris joins panel discussion at Brooklyn Historical Society

March 2014 | Link to Article

Morris joined a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Historical Society titled “Adaptive Reuse in Brooklyn: Buildings, Rooms, Objects” where he spoke about MA’s experience in the conversion of a historical warehouse in Williamsburg into the Wythe Hotel, the process of its adaptation and impact on the community.

250 Bowery receives AIA NY Merit Award

March 2014 | Link to Article

250 Bowery receives a 2014 AIANY Merit Award for Architecture at the New York Chapter’s Honors and Awards Luncheon, to be held April 23, 2014 at Cipriani Wall Street. The mixed-use project, across the street from the New Museum, was a design collaboration between MA and AA Studio’s Aldo Andreoli.

Morris Adjmi elected to the AIA College of Fellows

February 2014 | Link to Article

Morris juries the 2014 Washington UNBUILT Awards

January 2014 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi will join the jury on March 26 to review entries for the “2014 Washington UNBUILT” awards. The program, sponsored by Washington’s District Architecture Center, recognizes excellence in unbuilt projects both theoretical and commissioned in the Washington metropolitan area.

Morris Adjmi sits on 2014 Design Awards Jury for Travel + Leisure Magazine

January 2014 | Link to Article

World Architecture News profiles 250 Bowery

January 2014 | Link to Article

1162 Broadway receives Landmarks Preservation Commission Approval

December 2013 | Link to Article

400 West 57th Street profiled in The Wall Street Journal

December 2013 | Link to Article

The Sterling Mason at 71 Laight Street featured in the New York Times

October 2013 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi presents Wisznia Memorial Lecture at Tulane School of Architecture

October 2013 | Link to Article

7 West 21st Street Receives Landmarks Preservation Commission Approval

October 2013 | Link to Article

Atlantic Plumbing to Break Ground in Washington DC

September 2013 | Link to Article

837 Washington Reviewed by The Real Deal

September 2013 | Link to Article

Wythe Hotel Wins 2013 Building Brooklyn Award

July 2013 | Link to Article

Wythe Hotel Wins Ninth Annual Hospitality Design Award

April 2013 | Link to Article

Wythe Hotel wins Travel & Leisure Design Award

March 2013 | Link to Article

Wythe Hotel Named “Best Boutique Hotel in the Northeast” by Arrive Magazine

November 2012 | Link to Article

Lessons from the Ultimate Safe House

November 2012 | Link to Article

Cobble Hill Row Houses by Morris Adjmi & Aldo Andreoli Approved by LPC

October 2012 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi Lands Two on Curbed-NY’s 5 Best Landmarks Critiques

October 2012 | Link to Article

A Step in the Wythe Direction

October 2012 | Link to Article

TriBeCa Beckons ” Two New Adjmi & Andreoli Projects

June 2012 | Link to Article

Brooklyn Finally Gets the Hotel It Deserves, the Wythe

May 2012 | Link to Article

Design for 837 Washington Street Sparks Debate Amongst Preservationists

November 2011 | Link to Article

Morris Adjmi’s NYU Law Building Lands LEED Silver

October 2011 | Link to Article

Moderne Twist Finally Approved by Landmarks Commission

July 2011 | Link to Article

The 10 Most Valuable Development Sites in New York City

June 2011 | Link to Article