A round-up on the latest publications featuring recent MDSA projects.
This Newsletter features MDSA’s recent book publication and new projects under construction.
The Public School designs by MDSA are featured extensively in the 2019 publication on recent history of school construction in New York City. https://www.oroeditions.com/product/building-great-schools-for-a-great-city/
Morning Sky House, Guest House and Stable featured in books by Images Publishing –
This quarter’s newsletter showcases MDSA’s experience in resiliency design at the Ocean Bay (Bayside) Apartments in Far Rockaway, NY, for the New York City Housing Authority.
This quarter’s MDSA newsletter focuses on the challenge of designing two New York City Schools on demanding sites while satisfying the missions of the schools. “We designed many spaces for assembly and […]
Morning Sky House, Guest House and Stable featured in newly released book by Images Publishing.
CityBizList (New York) – MDSzerbaty Associates (MDSA) is designing a pre-K in Brooklyn in its latest project for the New York City School Construction Authority (SCA), – The project, which […]
MDSA’s PS340 Manhattan project is one of 10 featured case studies for Adaptable Architecture: Theory and Practice set to be published by Routledge this May. Adaptable Architecture provides thought-provoking and […]
Four Universal Pre-K Centers designed by the architecture firm MDSzerbaty Associates (MDSA) for the New York School Construction Authority opened this past September, announces Michael Szerbaty, MDSA principal. The four centers, […]
As part of the NYCHA Sandy Recovery Program, MDSA is in the process of designing a new boiler plant, community center and child care center for the Redfern Houses in […]
The feature, MDSzerbaty Associates Architecture: Continuing a Legacy, inside the Nov/Dec 2015 edition of the Mann report discusses the firm’s origins with Modernist Marcel Breuer and the continuation of the […]
Article by AZ republic describing the design inspiration for the Morning Sky Residence. When building a home in the Southwest, listen to the experts for a millennium: the Sinagua, Anasazi […]
MDSA is a design-oriented practice in New York City. We have a diverse portfolio, having completed a wide range of K-12 and higher ed, civic, healthcare, and commercial buildings for […]
MSR passed its final inspection this week and is officially ready for occupancy.
Michael Speronza was promoted to Associate. He previously held the position of Project Architect. In addition to managing the implementation of projects, as an associate, Mr. Speronza will play a critical […]
Michael Freedman was promoted to partner. He will continue to hold the position of associate. As partner of the firm, he will participate in the management and decision making of […]
Developed by the NYC School Construction Authority (SCA) and designed by MDSzerbaty+Associates (MDSA), PS 340 recently opened on the lower floors of the New York Foundling Hospital, located on the corner […]
PS340, a public school developed by the NYC School Construction Authority (SCA) and designed by MDSzerbaty+Associates (MDSA), opened its doors in Chelsea recently. Located at the corner of the Avenue […]
A community center with a curved roofline and bold color scheme has just opened to serve the West Harlem residents of three low and middle-income housing complexes. Designed by MDSzerbaty […]
MDSzerbaty+Associates Architecture’s (MDSA) 23,000-square-foot community center for the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) in West Harlem recently opened. Distinguished by its curved roofline and graphic green, blue, and yellow color scheme, […]
After several years of planning and construction, residents of the New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Polo Grounds and the surrounding Harlem neighborhood now have a brand new community center […]
The highly anticipated new Foundling elementary school will offer its students a host of special features, including a dance studio, rooftop playground and two-story library, according to new architectural plans released last […]
Concern is growing among some Midtown residents about which students a new local public school will serve. Community District 5’s very first public elementary school is set to open in […]
The New York School Construction Authority is planning the conversion of the lower six floors and cellar of the 95,000-sq-ft, 14-story New York Foundling Hospital’s Manhattan building, first built in […]
MDSA announced its selection by the NYC School Construction Authority (SCA) to design the conversion of the major portion of New York Foundling Hospital’s Manhattan building into the new home […]
PS 340 to Occupy Six Floors of the New York Foundling Hospital in a Renovation by MDSzerbaty Associates Architecture (MDSA). MDSA is pleased to announce its selection by the NYC […]
This event is GreenHomeNYC’s semi-annual guided tour of green buildings all over New York City, taking place on May 8th of this year. The event gives New Yorkers a chance […]
Two New York City schools that opened recently demonstrate creative responses to demanding sites in the Bronx. Designed by MDSzerbaty & Associates Architecture (MDSA) for the New York City School […]
Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR), the internationally recognized educational institution that offers professional development programs focused on diverse aspects of the world of work, now has […]
NY-based Michael D. Szerbaty + Associates has completed a newly renovated conference center for Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR). Located in midtown Manhattan, the center’s expanded […]
The New York School of Industrial Relations (ILR) at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, is an internationally recognized leader in its field. Its Catherwood Library boasts the most extensive collection […]
Old is new again at Cornell University with the completion of two projects devised from a partnership of New York-based firms. Read article published in Contract.
Article published in PCI Journal (48:5).
Article published in American School & Universities (76:2).
Article published in Interior Design.
Article published in Concrete Masonry Designs.
Article published in C3 Korea (223).
Published in National Academy of Design 178th Annual Exhibition Catalogue.
Article published in Ascent.
Article published in Building Stone Magazine.
Published in Water Spaces of the World Volume 3.
Published in Ascent (Summer 2000) by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute.
Project published in Design 2000.
Published in Advance for Providers of Post-Acute Care by Merion Publications.
Project published in AIA Guide to New York City, Norval White; 2000, Times Books.
Article published in Architectural Record, March 1999.
Cover story for A+U (Architecture & Urbanism) , No. 333; June 1998.