Peloton: A Project That Nourishes Mind, Body, and Spirit
Our Peloton relocation project has been featured in the February 2018 issue of Interior Design, which this month focuses on buildings and interiors that encourage healthy habits for living.
Contract Magazine Cover Story on Galeria Melissa
The eclectic, energizing space is part retail environment, part art gallery, and more than anything a channel of energy from the kinetic cityspace outside. “We wanted to use what was here and expand on it, so we put a strange lens on it and exaggerated it,” says Mancini Duffy associate…
Giordano and Kipfer Join AIA Brooklyn Discussion on Emerging Technology
AIA Brooklyn recently explored how emerging technology, like virtual reality, 3D printing and other new advancements, has impacted the practice of architecture. Mancini’s Christian Giordano, President, and Michael Kipfer, Director of Research and Development joined panelists from DesignMorphine to discuss how Emerging Design Methodologies will affect architectural practices in the…
Commercial Observer: Mancini Duffy’s Christian Giordano on Architecture’s Tech Revolution
Taking a cue from the young, innovative tech- and creative-class companies that form a good chunk of Mancini Duffy’s client roster, Giordano has gone about recalibrating the firm’s approach—emphasizing technology’s potential to transform the way architects and designers work and setting ambitious long-term goals.
The Plan: A Look Behind Oath’s Live-Streaming Production Facility
Oath, a Verizon company comprising AOL, Yahoo and The Build Series of live interviews, has its production facility on the ground floor of 692 Broadway so that the company can live-stream concerts and interviews with stars, including actors, directors, musicians and the like, while allowing passersby to watch.
Report: US commercial real estate to grow through 2019
Despite the ULI’s findings, Bloomberg recently reported that the suburban office market is on an upward march as older millennials opt to move away from urban centers to smaller, more affordable cities nearby. And employers are tagging along.
The Future of the Company Town is High-tech and Amenity-rich
The U.S. has had an identifiable manufacturing sector since the mid-19th century. And although the strength of the country’s production arm has ebbed and flowed through the years, one of its earliest institutions remains: the company town.
How Design Firms Can Build a Resilient Future
If nothing else, this last month has proven that climate change is an inevitability that we as designers and builders need to consider as part of our everyday practice. At the time that this article is being written, Houston is reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Irma devastated parts…
Open Plan Offices Don’t Have to Suck: Learn From Past Mistakes
Soon after Xpertdoc moved into a new headquarters outside of Montreal, a salesperson received a call from a customer about an issue they were having with the company’s product. The customer wanted to tweak the product in an unusual way, explained CMO David Squibb.
Will sky gardens take over US buildings?
Continued urban growth is pressing cities to find new ways to incorporate green space. That’s not only so residents can kick back outdoors but also to manage stormwater runoff, air pollution and general environmental quality.