Posts Tagged: publicity

John Barboni Featured in NY Times Style Magazine

John Barboni, co-founder of elemental, is featured in the New York Times T Magazine’s article “Dinner at 8” by Stephanie LaCava.NYTimes-Tmagazine-style (more…)

Tom Abraham Named to Inaugural ENR New York “Top 20 Under 40”

New York (02.09.2011) – Elemental Architecture, a firm recognized for its pioneering work in sustainable architecture, design and advocacy, is pleased to announce that Tom Abraham, Principal & Co-founder has been named to ENR New York | McGraw-Hill Construction’s inaugural “Top 20 Under 40.” The list showcases exceptional A/E/C industry leaders within the region. Abraham’s selection highlights a belief in social entrepreneurship, a commitment to sustainability and progressive uses of social media for education and awareness. (more…)

Elemental Hosts ‘Greening Modernism’ Launch Party

 

Last Thursday, December 9th, Elemental hosted the launch party for principal founder Carl Stein’s new book “Greening Modernism”. Tom Stoelker of the Architect’s Newspaper writes: bodacious bourbon pours complimented savory vittles at the yet-to-be-opened Hudson Clearwater in Greenwich Village last night. The restaurant’s first event launched Carl Stein’s new book, Greening Modernism: preservation, sustainability and the modern movement (W.W. Norton, $60.00). (more…)

Elemental Featured in AIANY’s ‘Made in New York’ Exhibit

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This week the AIA New York Chapter / Center for Architecture took over the West 4th Street subway station to present Made in New York – an architectural showcase of projects by Chapter members. Elemental Architecture’s new Private Residence in Croton-on-Hudson is among the work featured in the exhibit. (more…)

Two Elemental Projects in latest AIA Guide to NYC

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Elemental is pleased to announce that two projects have been selected for the latest edition of the AIA Guide to New York City. (more…)

South Jamaica Branch Library – AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects Award

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In recognition of Earth Day, the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment (COTE) annually recognizes the Top Ten Green Projects in the profession. The COTE Top Ten Award is considered by many as the best recognition program for sustainable design excellence. In 2000, the South Jamaica Branch library was honored to have been selected as a winner of this prestigious award. It is one of only five such projects in New York City. It was also the first building designed under the NYC High Performance Building Guidelines. (more…)

FDNY Rescue 1 in The Architect’s Newspaper

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Aaron Seward of the ‘Architect’s Newspaper’ discusses our design of Rescue Company 1 as the first among a new generation of firehouses for elite FDNY companies.  Read the post here. (more…)

Elemental Selected as Finalist for Scenic Hudson Land Trust

Elemental has been selected as one of five finalist firms for the design of a new kayak pavilion and historic reconstruction of the Red Barn for The Scenic Hudson Land Trust Long Dock Beacon site.

Being Green One Element at a Time

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John Barboni, co-founder, is interviewed by Christine Haskell for the Seattle Examiner and Startup Nation on sustainability and elemental. (more…)

John Barboni Featured in D Magazine Italy

John Barboni, co-founder of elemental, is selected by fashion photographer Simon Burstall for a feature profiling downtown New York City’s creative force. (more…)

John Barboni Featured in Uomo Japan

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John Barboni, co-founder, is selected by fashion brand Lacoste as one of downtown New York City’s most influential professionals. (more…)

John Barboni Interviewed by Top Billing

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John Barboni, Co-Founder, is featured in South Africa’s Top Billing Magazine and primetime television segment as one of New York City’s top creative forces to discuss elemental and sustainable architecture. (more…)

Elemental Selected by Print Magazine – Best of 2007

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Print Magazine selects elemental as among the best brand and identity developments of 2007 and is included in Print’s Regional Design Annual for New York City. The name and brand identity were developed, incorporating the golden mean, Helvetica typeface, and monochromatic presentation, as informed by a minimalist aesthetic. (more…)

John Barboni Interviewed in Men’s Uno Hong Kong

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John Barboni, co-founder, is featured in November issue of Men’s Uno Hong Kong fashion magazine where he discusses architecture, sustainability and elemental. (more…)