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SYSTEMarchitects

Created by systema01 on 17/03/2015
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SYSTEMarchitects

124 West 30th St. #319
New York, NY 10001, United States
212-625-0005
http://systemarchitects.com/
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
SYSTEMarchitects was co-founded in 1988 by partners Jeremy Edmiston and Douglas Gauthier in New
York City. The architecture firm focuses on creating contemporary spaces that are
multi-layered, overlapping, and intertwining. In addition to creating
innovative buildings that reflect contemporary culture, the firm also strives
to engage with New York City’s culture in order to complete projects for
various economies and environments.The diversity of SYSTEMarchitects’ work is reflected in
their numerous projects, such as their winning entries for the 2004 "New Housing
New York Competition" and the 2003 "SECCA HOME House Competition." SYSTEMarchitects has been
lauded for its services and has received numerous awards and accolades, such as
being featured in Time Magazine as
Innovators in 2005 for the Burst .003 housing prototype. Other awards won by
the architecture firm include "Design Vanguard in 2001" from the Architectural Record, the "Wilkinson Award" from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 2006, and
the "Timber Design Award" for in Residential, New Building in 2006. Serving both residential and commercial clients, the
architectural design company will create concrete, modern designs that will beautifully
reflect contemporary culture. For more information on industrial or home
design, visit SYSTEMarchitects
online or call (212) 625-0005

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