Space.City Lecture: Richard Gluckman
Gluckman Mayner Architects, located in New York City, is the successor firm to Richard Gluckman Architects, established in 1977. Led by principals Richard Gluckman, FAIA and David Mayner, the office has designed a wide range of institutional, commercial, and residential projects throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. A major component of the firm's practice has been the design of art-related facilities, and much of the firm's work has grown out of an exchange with artists, curators and museum directors.
Gluckman Mayner Architects has established a distinguished reputation for its rigorous approach to design and construction. Notable projects include the Dia Center for the Arts (1987), New York, NY; The Andy Warhol Museum (1994), Pittsburgh, PA; the renovation of the Whitney Museum of American Art (1995-1998), New York, NY; The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum (1997) and Study Center (2001), Santa Fe, NM; the Mori Art Center (2003), Tokyo, Japan; and a 160,000-square-foot facility for the Philadelphia Museum of Art (opened September 2007).
Richard Gluckman, FAIA, received his Bachelor of Architecture ('70) and Master of Architecture ('71) from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. In addition to his international practice, Richard Gluckman has been a visiting critic at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, Syracuse University and Parsons School of Design. He has sat on numerous academic and professional juries and has served a Peer Reviewer for the General Services Administration. In 2005, Richard Gluckman was presented with a National Design Award from the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.
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