Made in USA– German Architects in New York
(© Courtesy of MANIFOLD Architecture Studio)
The German Consulate General Presents:
Tobias Armborst is a founding partner of Interboro Partners, an office of architects, urban designers, and planners who work together to improve the urban environment with innovative and experimental design ideas. Co-founded by Tobias Armborst, Daniel D’Oca, and Georgeen Theodore, Interboro has won many awards, including the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program in 2011, the AIA New York Chapter’s New Practices Award, and the Architectural League’s Emerging Voices and Young Architects Awards. Tobias is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Studies at Vassar College.
Philipp von Dalwig, AIA is co-founder and principal of MANIFOLD Architecture Studio (MAS) in collaboration with his partner Kit von Dalwig. MAS's body of work includes the completion of building projects in New York, both commercial and residential, design strategies and innovative environmental design solutions.
MAS has been featured in numerous publications including the New York Times, Oculus, and Frame, among others, was awarded the AIA New York Chapter’s New Practices Award in 2010, and participated in the São Paolo Architecture Biennial in 2011. Philipp teaches at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and is the co-chair of the NPNY committee at the AIA New York Chapter.
Thomas Leeser is principal of Leeser Architecture, an award-winning and internationally recognized architecture office. Projects include the winning competition entry to design an iconic hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and the first prize competition entry to the World Mammoth and Permafrost Museum in Siberia. Completed projects include the expansion and renovation of New York's Museum of the Moving Image and the 3LD Performing Arts Center in Lower Manhattan. Leeser Architecture has currently working on a number of buildings in Bangkok, Abu Dhabi, and in Brooklyn, New York.
Jürgen Riehm, FAIA, BDA is founding partner and principal of 1100 Architect together with David Piscuskas, FAIA. 1100 Architect is an architecture office based in New York with a branch office in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, with a noted track record and a wide range of award-winning projects in housing, workplace, retail, education, libraries, and art-related projects.
Annabelle Selldorf, FAIA is principal of Selldorf Architects, an internationally acclaimed architecture office with award winning work in the US, Europe and Asia. Well known for the renovation of the Neue Galerie New York the firm has recently completed an iconic residential tower and several art galleries in Chelsea, New York. Selldorf Architects is currently building a state of the art recycling center in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Thomas Warnke is principal of space4a, an emerging architecture office whose work has been featured in the New York Times, among other publications. Warnke is merging the professions of architecture and real estate development to arrive at notable new work. Enlarge image (© Courtesy of Selldorf Architects)
Tom Winter, AIA is principal of Tom Winter Architects, an emerging practice based in Brooklyn, NY. His work includes object design to single family residences to larger-scale design. The office is currently designing a cutting edge eight-story mixed-use building across from Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City.
The exhibition is curated by Matthias Neumann, principal of normaldesign, based in Brooklyn, New York. For further info please contact Matthias Neumann at normaldesign%27%com,mneumann
The exhibition and event is made possible through the generous support of Relative-Space, Vorwerk, Seele, Inc, PoggenPohl and SoHo Reprographics.
Location and time:
German Consulate General
871 United Nations Plaza (49th Street and 1st Avenue), New York
Free Admission. RSVP required for exhibition opening on March 1, 2012 at 6 p.m.
Please send an email to: germanconsulatenyc[at]gmail.com
The exhibition will be on view from March 1, 2012 through March 23, 2012,
during regular office hours (Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Roundtable discussion with participating architects:
March 6, 6pm, at the Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, hosted by the Goethe-Institut New York.
Address: Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, 5 E. 3rd Street (at Bowery)
As a general rule, all events held at the German Consulate General are free and open to the public unless otherwise specified. However, due to the high number of responses and limited space availability, we kindly ask that you RSVP to the address provided and receive confirmation before attending. If the number of guests exceeds the maximum allowed by the fire regulations, we will have to turn people away. Please show photo ID at the door.