Publication date: 2018-10-20 14:48
Shannon Bambenek received her Bachelor of Architecture from University of Texas at Austin. After interning for a summer in 7556, Shannon returned to join the firm the following year, and has since contributed on numerous projects, including The East Harlem School, Pool Pavilion, Legal Outreach, Rado Redux, and Artist Retreat.
Damian Baden received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University at Albany, State University of New York. Damian has five years of administrative experience and oversees the office facilities management, including information technology systems.
We believe coming from the private realm, we have the responsibility to do our part in enriching the lives of people and communities. The integration of our approach to architecture allows us to do that.
Charles Gosrisirikul received his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and his Master of Architecture from Yale University. Charles has over 9 years of previous design experience on international metropolitan projects from China to Spain to the United Arab Emirates including high-rise mixed-use development, institutional, and residential projects.
Having the wherewithal to find and make projects is not just an opportunity to build better buildings, but to contribute to building a better urban fabric.
Adie Mitchell studied architecture at Williams College, and received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Adie s previous experience includes designing and building a pocket park for the City of Montpellier in Vermont, and large tensile fabric structures for outdoor workspaces for Yestermorrow Design/Build School.
Mr. Gluck has published articles in the Architectural Research Quarterly and Retrospecta. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Harvard College and a Master of Architecture from Yale University.
As architects and builders, we have tools that are critical for navigating early unknowns, such as assessing the feasibility of a project and vetting real estate opportunities. We are in a position to help clients strategically plan their project, to determine how much space they actually need, and to test-fit their project on potential sites. We also consider construction options that affect the economic viability of the project.
Marc Pittsley received his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University. Marc s previous work experience includes Boston transit and infrastructure projects, and 67 years in New York City on small to large scale residential, institutional, commercial, and retail projects. Marc has considerable experience with Landmarks Review, the Public Design Commission Review and ULURP in New York City. Marc has also taught in the Columbia University Master of Science Real Estate Development program.
Sookwan Ahn received his Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Hongik University in Korea, with a double major in Architecture and Urban Planning & Design, and his Master of Science in Design with a concentration in Advanced Architectural Design from the University of Pennsylvania. Sookwan s previous design experience includes educational and residential projects in Korea, commercial interiors work in New York, and a mixed-use high rise development in Angola.