Mixed-Use Building

PROJECT in PROGRESS / TAMMA Residence - Three six-story buildings, in Puglia, Southern Italy, includes 200 residential units and a ground floor commercial space served by multiple elevators and staircases.  The terraces have different angles around the facade of the buildings.

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TriBeCa Rooftop Addition

BUILT PROJECT/ 2014 AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AWARD / 2015 AMERICAN SOCIETY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AWARD / 2013 BEST OF THE YEAR AWARD, INTERIOR DESIGN /  The Tribeca Penthouse project is a two-story, 5000 square foot penthouse with nearly 7000 square feet of outdoor space. Floating above downtown Manhattan with

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Residential Building

IN PROGRESS / The five-story building includes twenty-five residential units and a ground floor commercial space served by multiple elevators and staircases. The space is part of a three-building complex, connected by a network of terraces and inspired by southern’s Italy signature locally sourced stone roofs

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Mixed-Use Building

BUILT PROJECT/ The Project, in Lanciano, Italy is comprised of a five-story building with 20 residential units and a commercial ground floor.  The building emphasizes its exceptional location adjacent to natural surroundings by developing an image of pixellated nature with reflections on four of its facades. The residential units

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Mixed Use Building

PROJECT / This five-story building, in Puglia, Southern Italy, includes twenty-five residential units and a ground floor commercial space served by multiple elevators and staircases.  The building plan is “O”-shaped, and the private windows of the residences face a central courtyard. The terraces around the building

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Seed House

PROJECT / 2007 AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AWARD / Seed House is a conceptual design for a 1400 square foot country home set in the woods in upstate New York commissioned by a NYC art collector. The shape of the house was conceived as an organic form, deeply

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Olympic Diver’s House

PROJECT / The house designed for the Australian gold medal diver from the 2008 Beijing Olympics is inspired by the architecture of the Sydney Opera House and the natural structure of seashells. Saracino designed the house’s shell, made of reinforced concrete, using an algorithm describing the

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