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Our New Office...In Brooklyn!

by W-Architecture | Posted 05/22/2015 7:19 AM

Our New Office...In Brooklyn!

W is proud and excited to announce that we have moved into a new office space on the Fulton Street Mall in Brooklyn. The space is in a landmarked brownstone that was built in 1875. Starting in 1892, the building was home to the infamous Gage and Tollner restaurant, a Brooklyn favorite for a century. Gage and Tollner's customers included Diamond Jim Brady, Jimmy Durante, and Mae West. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.  The Fulton Mall, a pedestrian street and transit mall, is part of Brooklyn's business improvement district and the area is one of the five borough's densest transit hubs.

Skate Park Open at Riverside Park

by W-Architecture | Posted 05/21/2015 7:30 AM

Skate Park Open at Riverside Park

W Architecture joined the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the Girls Rider Organization at Riverside Park to celebrate Summer on the Hudson and the seasonal opening of the skate park. W will design a new skate venue for this legendary site with California Skateparks. Pioneering professional skateboarder Andy Kessler erected the iconic skate structures in the park nearly 20 years ago, including one of New York City's largest half-pipes. The kick-off meeting was attended by the Girls Rider Organization, parents of young skaters, friends of Andy Kessler, and professional skaters to discuss what they love about the park today and what they would like to see in the reconstruction of the park tomorrow. W is excited to dive into New York City's skate culture and to work with skaters and organizers to create an amazing skate park.

W's Vertical Green Wall at Prudential Newark Installed!

by W-Architecture | Posted 05/12/2015 8:33 AM

W's Vertical Green Wall at Prudential Newark Installed!

W's 1760 sf green wall at Prudential's new building is up!! The green wall is a massive 32' x 55' tall and faces the main entrance of the building. The green wall is one of the largest in New Jersey. After watching the plants grow in a greenhouse all winter, it is very exciting to see the plants installed and already thriving!

Canoeing the Bronx River with the Bronx River Alliance

by W-Architecture | Posted 05/07/2015 8:22 AM

Canoeing the Bronx River with the Bronx River Alliance

On a beautiful Saturday last weekend, W participated in a 5-mile canoe trip down the Bronx River with the Bronx River Alliance. We sponsored the event, which was the first Bronx River Alliance canoe trip down the river after a new constructed fish passage along the river was opened. Each 6-person team that participated in the even committed to fundraising a total of $2,000 to contribute to the Alliance's Canoe Program, which offers free and low-cost paddling adventures for over 1,000 Bronx youth.

Barbara Speaks at the Middle East Smart Landscape Summit 2015

by W-Architecture | Posted 05/04/2015 8:31 AM

Barbara Speaks at the Middle East Smart Landscape Summit 2015

Last week, Barbara was a featured speaker at the Middle East Smart Landscape Summit held in Dubai. The summit was held for the third year and continues to attract over 400 international landscape architects, government authorities, urban planners, developers, environmental specialists and contractors. The summit is focused on the development of sustainable landscapes across the Middle East region. Topics covered at the summit included maintaining and expanding a strong irrigation network, major greening initiatives, and creating urban spaces that are both verdant and sustainable.

Architalx: Barbara Wilks Lecture on Thursday 04/09

by W-Architecture | Posted 04/06/2015 2:31 PM

Architalx: Barbara Wilks Lecture on Thursday 04/09

Principal Barbara Wilks will be giving a lecture at 6 pm this Thursday at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine as part of the Architalx Lecture Series. Barbara is one of four innovative designers that were chosen to speak this year as part of the lecture series' 27th season. Architalx is a non-profit organization that was established in 1987 for the purpose of providing educational programs in the field of architecture and design to Greater Portland and Maine. 

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