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Location: Jakarta, Indonesia After completing a comprehensive Master Plan, each individual component project was studied and unique detailed parameters were established. The form for each project was developed as variations on a theme of orthogonal and cylindrical volumes intersecting and meshing in endless variation. Site planning and site elements such as gardens, extensive water sculpture […]

Date: 2015 Location: New York City FORM NY worked in both Brooklyn and advised on complex elevations for Queens to rebuild 1-4 family homes damaged in 2012’s Hurricane Sandy flooding. Build It Back is the official City of New York program for homeowners  to make their residences storm and flood safe. The project is administered […]

Location: New York This complete renovation for a Silicon Valley leader, a famed Art Deco penthouse duplex apartment located atop one of two towers in the landmark San Remo Towers on Central Park West originally designed by noted architect, Emory Roth. The intent was to bring a unique space into harmony with its’ innovative, confirmed modernist owner. Achieving this goal required the complete gut renovation of the space including the creation of new spaces and […]

Location: Beijing, China Chang’An Development is being planned to provide luxury housing for foreign business people and professionals working in Beijing. In addition, the substantial site will offer boutique office space, luxury shopping, parking and outdoor green space. Guiding the design is a geometric analysis of the physical site to maximize South-facing window area for […]

Location: Beijing, China Curve builds upon past successful development projects by the FORM team. Smoothly curving facades maximize vision areas toward South and create a serene, elegant form. Clarity of geometry allows the three use groups on the site—Residential, Office and Retail—to be expressed in the purest terms possible. Overall melds a modern interpretation of […]

Location: Long Island, New York “The result is a new home within the old one and a gathering spot that “will be a place for all for future generations.” For a treasured family home, the decidedly modern younger family member who inherited it wanted to nearly double the space and update it, while retaining much of her grandmother’s decor. In setting out to renovate the Hamptons home, the […]

Location: New York Elegant, simple, light-filled spatial triplex for a prominent art collector located on Fifth Avenue adjacent to Central Park. Utilizing three adjacent floors at the top of a pre-war cooperative building, the stated objective was to renovate two independent but connected residences consisting of a floor through apartment to the highest level and a duplex on the two floors below, all connected by a new elevator. Serene natural materials predominate. The color scheme, […]

Singapore City, Singapore The approved & implemented Master Plan for the redevelopment of central Singapore. Boulevards, the cultural district, building sites for specific use groups & open space were planned anticipating building densities & massing. Mr. Wong also recommended the creation of additional landfill area in order to reconfigure and envelope the Lagoon in such […]

  Location: Brewster, MA, USA The architecture of the estate utilizes local fieldstone, wood shingle, and clapboard in the manner typical of grand late nineteenth century New England summer “cottages,” blending details from a variety of historical sources. The resort extends upland from its own beach through the heart of the Cape Cod Historic District. The National Landmark Mansion, Guest House […]

Location: Arlington, Virginia (Washington DC) Skillfully combining hotel, office, residential, retail and parking in one integrated composition of buildings, the mixed-use complex adds to the growing skyline of our nation’s capital. The hotel and residential tower are sited so as to combine increased accessibility with privacy and views. Both towers have access to outdoor setback […]

Location: Staten Island, New York St. George Place was planned to be a high-rise residential community on the Staten Island waterfront, designed to complement the Manhattan skyline. Clusters of varied height towers are organized around open plazas that would have provided access to the waterfront and planned marinas. as at Society Hill, where a focal […]