Starboard Architects

Location:

45 West 21St StreetNew York CityNew York10010United States View Map

Revenue:

$2.4 Million

Employees:

12

Phone:

(212) 581-2750
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Description:

Starboard Architects provides thoughtful, innovative design solutions responsive to our clients' vision and finances, and sensitive to the criteria of sustainable practices. Based in New York City, we design an eclectic range of projects for public agencies and non-profits as well as educational institutions and private clients. Much of our work considers the impact of new construction on the existing buildings: over the years we've preserved or reconstructed historic buildings, and designed new structures within historic contexts. Evolving from the studio opened by Joseph Tonetti in 1968, we recently designated the firm Starboard Architects to reflect the leadership of Andrew Wright and the emeritus status of Joseph Tonetti. Andrew leads a diverse team of architects that includes designers, LEED accredited professionals, preservation experts, project managers, and architectural historians. Our level of hands-on principal involvement is unusual in the industry, and TAA professionals provide our firm with a global breadth of experience and a productive depth of specialized knowledge. Over the years, we've honed our skills on a wide variety of project types. For nearly a decade, TAA held the sole-source Historic Preservation contract with the NYC Department of Design and Construction, during which we ushered more than a dozen projects through the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Our work has been recognized by the NYC Landmarks Conservancy, who granted our restoration for the Hunt's Point Library its Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award. Recent projects include the Mars Education Center at Fort Ticonderoga, a master plan for the Staten Island Museum, and a multi-use building for the Kingdom of Bhutan's Mission to the United Nations.

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