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Gluckman Mayner, Architects

New York Architectural Practice – Design Practice USA

Gluckman Mayner – Key Projects

Key architectural developments by Gluckman Mayner Architects, alphabetical:

Contemporary Art Museum at the Presidio, San Francisco, California, USA
2007
Approx. $45m

Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
2004-07
The Philadelphia Museum of Art new galleries – $90m

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego – Addition, San Diego, California, USA
2007
Jacobs Building + Copley Building

Mori Art Museum, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan
2004
at 50 storeys the world’s highest art gallery, located on top of KPF’s Mori Tower

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Gluckman Mayner – Practice Information

Architect office based in Manhattan, New York, United States of America

This is an architecture firm located in New York City with Richard Gluckman and David Mayner in partnership since 1998. The architects are known for minimalist design, evident in five pioneering art galleries that moved into the Chelsea gallery district from the SoHo neighborhood during the late 1990s, the proposed expansion of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Mori Arts Center (2003) in Tokyo.
source: architects’ website

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