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Photo of new cantilevered glass canopy sheltering the new accessible south terrace at Trinity Church Wall Street, designed by MBB Architects.
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Thank you to the jurors of the 2024 AIA New York Design Awards for recognizing our 6-year restoration and renovation at Trinity Church Wall Street with an Honor Award.

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Portrait of Taylor Aikin, Partner at MBB Architects
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Taylor Aikin has been promoted to Partner, effective January 1st. Since joining the firm in 2015, Aikin has distinguished himself as a leader in design, planning, and management.

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Aerial rendering of Bistritsa Villas residential community plan by MBB Architects with RKLA and Studio Morphe
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Planning a community in the foothills of Mount Vitosha, Bulgaria

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Photo of Trinity Church Wall Street restored by MBB Architects.
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Thanks to Traditional Building magazine and writer Nancy A. Ruhling for a great cover feature on our firm’s revitalization of Trinity Church Wall Street.

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View of the future expansion of the Center for Politics at University of Virginia designed by MBB Architects
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MBB’s design an expansion of the UVA Center for Politics.

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Interior view of the renovated Mertz Gilmore Foundation Meeting House by MBB Architects.
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Newly renovated “Meeting House” provides flexible office, meeting, and program spaces for the Mertz Gilmore Foundation.

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View of the future living room, currently in construction, of Sagaponack House designed by MBB Architects
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At MBB’s latest residential project, Sagaponack House, the installation of windows signals the final stages of construction. 

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Photo of MBB Architects Partner Sara Grant moderating a panel discussion
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Sara Grant moderated a panel discussion for AIANY, “Toward an Architectural Education with an Awareness of Advocacy.”

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Diagram of sustainability features in MBB Architects’ design for the Eric H. Holder Initiative at Columbia University
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How can we reduce buildings’ embodied carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency at the same time?

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