Architectural Digest has singled them out for excellence numerous times and has featured PETER PENNOYER ARCHITECTS as one of their prestigious AD100 tastemakers. Known as leaders in the field of classicism and historical preservations, they are an architecture firm that seamlessly blends innovation with time-tested traditional esthetic.
Based in Manhattan and with an office in Miami, Florida, the firm has built a substantial and varied body of work across the country and abroad for residential, commercial, and institutional commissions often involving historic buildings. For the past twenty-five years, Peter Pennoyer and his partners have grounded the firm’s projects in a forward-looking interpretation of history; they believe that architectural practices in the past leave us potent lessons that are relevant to contemporary architectural challenges.
Peter Pennoyer, FAIA and his four partners, Elizabeth Graziolo, AIA, James Taylor, AIA, Jennifer Gerakaris, AIA, Thomas Nugent, AIA and the firm’s Director of Design, Gregory Gilmartin, have shaped the practice around the proposition that architectural history is a valuable resource and consider each project a research challenge resting on a profound appreciation for and thorough knowledge of history and context.
“Architects are encouraged to study and draw inspiration from over 10,000 volumes in the firm’s research library, resulting in designs that are a convergence of scholarship and creative invention.”
It’s this unique blend of traditional and contemporary practices that makes Peter Pennoyer Architects (PPA) stand out in the crowd. Architects there still hand draw their creations, but embrace cutting edge technology and computer design tools to make them come to life.
Recycling Luxury Kitchens
Renovation Angel has been very lucky to work with designers and architects from all over the United States on very exciting projects. These New York homes we worked on in 2012 with Peter Pennoyer Architects are among some of our favorites!
Project Description: Renovation Angel recycled kitchens from two 2,185 square foot penthouses in New York City. Grey lacquer cabinets, wood veneer island, and manmade stone countertops. Appliances included Sub-Zero, Wolf, Miele, and more.
Estimated Donor Savings: $32,000
Submit your luxury kitchen now using our easy online form. Snap a few pictures with your phone, give us a few simple details, and we can let you know if you qualify for FREE kitchen removal and thousands of dollars in renovation savings!
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