Andrew Franz presents the Hill Office as part of the AIANY Interiors Committee Speed Presentations, this year revolving around the theme of "Wellness."

The Hill Office, a 32,500 square-foot space in a 1913 building near Manhattan’s Hudson Yards neighborhood, is designed for collaboration, movement, and transparency to create an engaging and healthy work environment. Integrating principles of "Active Design", the circulation paths encourage people to move throughout the day, promoting physical activity while generating happenstance meetings and the exchange of ideas. The views and abundant daylight are celebrated and democratized for all to enjoy, and rich, textured materials, a diverse mix of vintage and new furnishings, and extensive plantings bring a sense of human personality to the workspaces.

To see the Hill Office project, go here

Construction is moving along for this house on Long Island's east end. Perched on a bluff overlooking the water, this will be a serene year-round retreat. The design incorporates regional materials and minimal massing in response to the fragile location while passive house strategies such as natural ventilation will create a low impact building.

To see more of this project, go here.

This new seaside house on Martha’s Vineyard was conceived as a casual and comfortable modern cottage. The home is inspired by the spirit of Victorian beachside cottage vernacular with an overlay of Scandinavian modernism and responds to the sundrenched light and calming views of the beach and meadow. We are thrilled to share a few images here!

 

Perched on a bluff overlooking the water, this house on Long Island’s East End will be a serene year-round retreat. The living spaces are designed to open outwards toward cool breezes and lapping waves during summer, or orient inwards toward warm, soft cedar paneling and a cozy two-sided fireplace in winter. A green roof will provide visual reward and environmental benefit. See more here!

 

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