awards

5/2017

Print

We are excited to announce that the Blue School Middle School has been awarded a 2017 Design Award for Adaptive Reuse from the Society of American Registered Architects.

awards

5/2017

NYCxDESIGN

Blue School Middle School has been selected as a Finalist in the 2017 NYCxDESIGN Awards Program. Winners to be announced at the awards gala at the Museum of Modern Art on May 20th.

in progress

4/2017

playground install

PellOverton Architects spent two spectacular days with the play:groundNYC team this week, laying the groundwork for the 2017 Adventure Playground on Governors Island and our ongoing partnership with this incredible organization.

new work

3/2017

SONY DSC

We are excited to be working with play:groundNYC on the design and installation of their 2017 adventure playground on Governors Island this summer Р50,000 SF of outdoor creative space for free weekend play, summer camps, and educational programming for teachers and school groups.

new work

3/2017

open house

We are delighted to be working with Open House Nursery School on the expansion of their Cobble Hill, Brooklyn school.

publication

3/2017

archdaily

The Blue School Middle School expansion project has been featured in ArchDaily on Friday, March 3, 2017.

 

lecture

1/2017

a4le

PellOverton will be presenting “Urban Conditions: Adaptive Reuse for Learning Environments” at the Association for Learning Enviornments’ 2017 Regional Conference in Providence, RI on Thursday, March 16

in progress

12/2016

233-update

Nearing completion of the Blue School Middle School expansion in the South Street Seaport.

awards

11/2016

id-boy

The 86th Street Residence has been selected as a finalist in the Interior Design Best of Year awards program. Winning projects to be announced at the awards ceremony on December 1st.

AIA award

9/2016

AIA CAE

PellOverton has been selected by the National AIA Committee on Architecture for Education as recipient of a 2016 Educational Facility Design Award for the Kennedy Child Study Center.

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