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At Trinity Church Wall Street, we have encountered several missing or damaged pieces of ornamental plaster. These are recreated by finding a matching section of plaster on a different arch, casting a mold over the existing plaster and then casting the new piece. The replacements are then pinned back to the building, and a “dob” […]

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AIA, “Notre-Dame’s recovery is about stewardship, say architects and historians,” by William Richards, 15 May 2019.

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Park Avenue Synagogue’s Eli M. Black Lifelong Learning Center is a finalist for a NYCxDesign Award. MBB transformed a seven-story townhouse into a learning center for all ages. The building now includes a gracious lobby, classrooms, a chapel, and a rooftop terrace and garden. A collaboration with designer Amy Reichert produced site specific art installations […]

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This Saturday, Jeffrey Murphy, partner, led a walking tour of Trinity Church for Jane’s Walk and the Municipal Arts Society of NYC. Thanks to everyone who came out to learn more about the restoration process, including the stained glass, stone, plaster and woodwork conservation, and our efforts to increase accessibility and integrate technology seamlessly.

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MBB is pleased to announce that our sustainable work for St. Patrick’s Cathedral has been honored with a 2019 AIA COTE Top Ten Award! The COTE Top Ten program highlights projects that meet the AIA Committee on the Environment’s rigorous criteria for social, economic and ecological value. Our renovation of St. Patrick’s Cathedral achieved a […]

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Jeffrey Murphy, Partner, is quoted in an Architectural Digest article about the rebuilding of Notre-Dame. Follow the link to read more.

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School Construction News, “Queens Public School Expansion Overcomes Site Restraints,” by Zach Chouteau, March 2019.

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MBB’s work on St. Patrick’s Cathedral’s geothermal wells was featured on Fox 5 New York. Click through the link to watch the video.

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MBB is pleased to announce promotions for two emerging leaders: Taylor Aikin and Rebecca Arcaro. “Taylor Aikin and Rebecca Arcaro represent an emerging generation of leadership for MBB,” said Jeffrey Murphy, FAIA, founding partner at MBB. “Their passionate dedication to design excellence, continued engagement in team building, active mentorship of others, and effective collaboration with clients epitomize the core values we hold as a firm.” Follow the link to read more about Taylor & Rebecca.

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