Ennead Architects

New York | Depuis 1963 | Employés 145

Ennead Architects
320 West 13th Street, 10014 New York, États-Unis
Téléphone 212 807 71 71
Fax 212 807 59 17

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Architectes
Ennead Architects
Todd H. Schliemann, FAIA

Todd Schliemann is a Design Partner in Polshek Partnership Architects. His work is recognized internationally for design excellence and has received numerous National AIA Honor Awards, New York State and New York City AIA Awards, and American Architecture Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum, among others. Driving Schliemann’s work is his passionate conviction that while architecture is a personal interpretive art, it is the designer’s obligation to deliver an architecture suffused with the broadest meaning of its context. His careful analyses of specific physical, environmental, historical and societal conditions have resulted in designs that expand the vocabulary of contemporary architecture and elevate public awareness of architecture’s expressive power.


In addition to The Standard, New York, his projects include: Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History, University of Michigan Biomedical Science Research Building, Weill Cornell Medical College Weill Greenberg Center, New York Hall of Science, Allegheny College Vukovich Center for Communication Arts, The Mercersburg Academy Burgin Center for the Arts and Riverhouse. Among his current projects are: Utah Museum of Natural History, Cornell University Computing and Information Sciences Building, Weill Cornell Medical College Medical Research Building, New York University Tisch School of the Arts Institute for Performing Arts and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center SEEC

Profile

Polshek Partnership Architects creates buildings whose designs authentically express the progressive missions of cultural, academic and scientific institutions and demonstrate technical and artistic excellence. The studio's projects significantly contribute both to the cultural life of their communities and to the enhancement of their contexts. In addition to The Standard, New York, award-winning projects include the Rose Center for Earth and Space, William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Carnegie Hall Renovation and Expansion, Newseum, University of Michigan Biomedical Science Research Building, WGBH Public Broadcasting Headquarters. The 150-person studio is located in New York City.

Philosophie

What we create is rooted in how we work: collaboratively, connecting with clients for the benefit of their comminities and the public realm.

We believe in architecture and design as inherently public: open, shared and enduring.

We listen carefully, engage actively and respond thoughtfully. Integrity and ingenuity are fundamental to our process.

Through meaningful dialogue we create an adaptive, passionate working environment and craft innovative, compelling, sustainable solutions.

Polshek Partnership was established in 1963 by James Polshek. Today, nine partnners lead the 145-person studio. Mr. Polshek currently serves as Senior Design Counsel to the partnership.