Gluckman Mayner Architects

May

Gluckman Mayner Architects, Mori Arts Center | photo credit: Hiroshi Sugimoto

Gluckman Mayner Architects, Mori Arts Center | photo credit: Hiroshi Sugimoto

First Friday
Gluckman Mayner Architects

SOLD OUT — We are currently sold out for this event. To be added to the wait list, email rsvp@archleague.org.

Join Gluckman Mayner Architects at its office for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects. This program is part of First Friday, a monthly opportunity for League members to visit the offices of leading design practices to see work on the boards and learn more about the offices’ organization and design processes. These informal social gatherings feature happy hour drinks arranged by the host offices.

Gluckman Mayner Architects is the successor firm to Richard Gluckman Architects, established in 1977. The office’s work includes institutional, commercial, and residential projects with a notable focus on the design of art-related facilities. Projects include the Perelman Building-Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Museo Picasso in Malaga, Spain; and spaces for gallerists, including Gagosian, Mary Boone, and Paula Cooper. Institutional projects include The Warehouse for Syracuse University; the Iglesia Evangelica de Co-op City in the Bronx; and the Syracuse University College of Law (on the boards). There several projects in China underway in the office for the Zhejiang Museum of Art and Archeology; and the Minhang Museuem in Shanghai. The office has been recognized with numerous AIA Merit and Honor awards, as well as the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum’s National Design Award in 2005.

Iglesia Evangelica de Co-Op City, Bronx, New York. Credit: Lydia Gould Bessler

Iglesia Evangelica de Co-Op City, Bronx, New York. Credit: Lydia Gould Bessler

Museo Picasso, Malaga, Spain. Credit: David Heald

Museo Picasso, Malaga, Spain. Credit: David Heald

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego. Credit: David Heald

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego. Credit: David Heald

One Kenmare Square, New York. Credit Nikolas Koenig

One Kenmare Square, New York. Credit Nikolas Koenig

Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Credit: David Heald

Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Credit: David Heald

Zhejiang University Museum of Art and Archeology, Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China. Credit: Gluckman Mayner Architects

Zhejiang University Museum of Art and Archeology, Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China. Credit: Gluckman Mayner Architects

Time & Place
Friday, May 10, 2013
6:30-8:00 p.m.
Office of Gluckman Mayner Architects
250 Hudson Street
Tickets
First Friday events are free and open only to League members, who may bring one non-member guest. RSVP required to rsvp@archleague.org. To become a member and attend this program, join here.