Silberstang Lasky Architects

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Silberstang Lasky Architects is a full service architectural firm creating memorable buildings for a diverse clientele throughout the United States and internationally. Based in New York City, we are licensed in several states and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.Silberstang Lasky Architectsbelieves that each project requires a solution unique to the client, the program, and the site. The principals offer a combined half-century of experience creating residential, institutional, and commercial spaces that perfectly suit and uplift their occupants.Silberstang Lasky Architectsoffers full services towards the design and realization of each project, including construction administration, interior design, and value engineering.

Recent projects include institutional work, residences, offices, factories, and apartments in New York City, Westchester, Long Island and throughout the tri-state area.

Notable among these are the renovation of the Brotherhood Synagogue (featured in the December 2005 issue of Traditional Building and the June 24, 2005, issue of Jewish Week), and the conversion of an Upper East Side Art Warehouse into a luxury condominium apartment building for RFR Realty/KAR Properties. International design and consulting work has included projects in Canada, Mexico, and Peru.Silberstang Lasky Architectsis also engaged in the programming and property search for a 50,000-square-foot headquarters for a NYC not-for-profit agency. Other recently completed projects include a 50,000-square-foot factory in the Dominican Republic and a 40,000-square-foot factory in China.

The firm's design for a 9/11 Memorial in Suffolk County will break ground later this year. A 40,000-square-foot office and distribution facility for a large jewelry company in New York City is nearly complete. In the late design stages are a Synagogue renovation in Manhattan, the conversion and expansion of an existing building into a Synagogue in Queens, new luxury apartment interiors in Manhattan, and new homes in Bedford, North Salem, and East Hampton.

 

ALAN BARRY SILBERSTANG, R.A., NCARB, is a graduate of The Cooper Union. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He is licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, and has served as guest critic at the Cooper Union, the City College of New York, and the University of Virginia at Charlottesville.

After working for such notable architects as Richard Meier, Charles Gwathmey, and Peter Eisenman, he founded a firm in 1988 and merged with Arthur Lasky Architects in 2004. His experience encompasses projects as diverse as educational facilities, religious institutions, housing, restaurants, factories, and private residences.

Barry Silberstang's design for a 9/11 Memorial for Suffolk County Victims won a public competition and will break ground in late 2007. Design work he completed for the Brotherhood Synagogue in NYC was featured in the June 24, 2005, issue of Jewish Week and other publications.

 

ARTHUR LASKY, R.A., NCARB, is a graduate of Harvard College. He earned a Master's of Architecture in 1978 from Columbia University and has been licensed in several states since 1984. He has taught at Columbia University and NYC Technical College, and has served as a guest critic at Pratt Institute. Extensive experience as a sculptor includes study with Richard McDermott Miller, Bruno Lucchesi, and Barney Hodes.

Projects of his design have been built across the United States as well as in Mexico, Canada, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and China. His works range widely in building type, scale, and budget. He is an expert in high security installations for the jewelry and precious metal industries.

In 2005 Arthur Lasky was elected Chairman of the Board of the Veritas Therapeutic Community, a New York State not-for-profit agency, having spent six years as Chairman of the Building Committee and the Strategic Planning and Development Committee. On behalf of Veritas, he is currently spearheading a capital campaign to enable the construction of a new agency headquarters.

 
Silberstang Lasky Architects
250 West 26th Street. New York, NY 10001 | T 212-242-3234 | F 212-242-3304