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Photo of new offices designed by MBB Architects, under construction
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Coming Soon: New LPC Hearing Room and Offices

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Photo of interior of Park Avenue Synagogue lobby renovated by MBB Architects
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MBB’s Taylor Aikin speaks on “Adaptive Reuse of Sacred Spaces,” a discussion about how religious institutions in NYC can creatively leverage their real estate assets to advance their mission and serve the public good.

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MBB’s Mary Burnham joined distinguished colleagues at a ‘Meet the Jury’ panel event for the 2023 SARA Design Awards on May 2nd.

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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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MBB’s Jeffrey Murphy and Zach Poole are interviewed on the latest ARCAT “Detailed” Podcast about our firm’s 6-year renovation of Trinity Church Wall Street.

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A photo of a panel discussion at University of Virginia's "Climate Transformations" symposium featuring MBB partner Jeffrey Murphy
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MBB’s Jeffrey Murphy discussed sustainable and resilient design strategies as part of the Climate Transformations symposium at UVA’s School of Architecture on March 28th.

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Detail of UNICEF Furniture prototype designed by MBB Architects
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The Brown University Art Review sits down with MBB’s Jeffrey Murphy to talk about sustainable architecture and the art of renovation.

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Photo of Alumni Center at St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's School
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School design is not only about new buildings. For many institutions, creating tomorrow’s learning environments requires strategic renovations and smart upgrades.

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Photograph of bookshelves at the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Offices designed by MBB Architects
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January 2023 Newsletter from MBB Architects

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The Architect’s Newspaper: Construction begins on MBB Architects’ sleek visitor center for a Gilded Age arboretum.

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