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Institutions in the Crucible:  Steady Values Amid Shifting Priorities by Taylor Aikin, AIA

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Friend’s of the Upper East Side, “Jane’s Walk NYC: An Ethereal Tour of the Upper East Side,” 2 May 2020

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Fiyel Levent, MBB’s Director of Interior Design, received a 2020 Arnold W. Brunner Grant for Architectural Research Grant for her research project, “ReProgrammed: A Solutions Oriented Analysis of Civic Architecture in Finland.” The Arnold W. Brunner Grant is awarded to mid-career architects for advanced study in any area of architectural investigation that will contribute to […]

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The Construction Specifier, “MBB Architects Renovates Historic Princeton museum,” April 20, 2020

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To Our Community,   The past six weeks have been unprecedented and challenging for all of us. We have had to redefine how we work, live and interact with each other in ways that were unimaginable only months ago. Through these challenges, MBB remains committed to our people and to our clients. As we navigate […]

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Katherine Malishewsky, MBB’s Director of Preservation, gave members of the New York chapter of the Commercial Interior Design Association a tour of Trinity Church.

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Please join us on March 3rd at the Center for Architecture (AIANY) “Intergenerational Learning Spaces,” a panel discussion MBB Architects partner Sara Grant helped organize. This panel brings together professionals who will present and discuss their work in the field of intergenerational education, with an emphasis on the role of architectural design in fostering these […]

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Katherine Malishewsky, MBB’s Director of Preservation, wrote a blog post for the National Trust for Historic Preservation blog titled “The Collaboration Between Architect and Preservationist in Bringing Trinity Church into the 21st Century.”

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MBB hosted two students as part of the AIA NY’s “Discover Architecture!”, a 4-day-long pilot program designed to familiarize a wider audience, particularly sophomores and juniors attending New York City public high schools, with the practice of architecture. Quinn Lammie was the program leader for MBB. Our two students Victoria and Siam attended site meetings […]

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