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July 26, 2013

The Wall Street Journal quotes Eric Gartner in their article, The New Kitchen Design Trend: Wood Minimalism

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324328904578624162986681792.html


March 25, 2013

Trends Magazine chooses Leicester House as one of the Top 50 American Homes


November 29, 2012

The Brooklyn Townhouse Kitchen was selected as 2012 Interior Design Magazine: Best of Year Honoree


July 16, 2012

Marvin Windows & Doors' Architect Challenge
The Leicester house project was selected as one of the top 10 winners for this competition.

 


May 7, 2012

SARA Awards
SPG is being honored with two awards from the Society of American Architects - an Award of Excellence for the best in housing category for Beach Walk House and an Award of Honor for sustainable design for Casa Torcida

 


February 29, 2012


November 16, 2011

Brilliant: White in Design features Chelsea Penthouse in New York.


November 8, 2011

The book Interior Design Best of Year features Leicester House in North Carolina.


October 3, 2011

The book 150 Best Eco House Ideas features Casa Torcida located in Costa Rica.


September 3, 2011

The website Coolturemag.com features Casa Torcida located in Costa Rica.


September 2, 2011

The book Residence features the Chelsea Penthouse Triplex located in New York City.


July 18, 2011

The book, Villas of the World features Casa Torcida located in Costa Rica.


June 28, 2011

Leicester House receives a 2011 Merit Award from the New York Chapter of the Society of American Registered Architects.


May 17, 2011

Elle Decor's article "Style at Ease" features the Pawling House located in New York State.


April 6, 2011

SPG Architects is informed that the Leicester House has won a 2011 Design Award from the NY Chapter of the Society of American Architects (SARA/NY Design Awards).


March 17, 2011

Ktirio Publishing's book "Guide of Energy Efficient Design" features the Casa Torcida house located in Costa Rica.


December 16, 2010

Cover story in Carolina Home and Garden magazine about the Leicester House.
http://www.carolinahg.com/Carolina-Home-Garden/Winter-2010/Gallery-Less-is-More-in-Leicester/


December 13, 2010

Feature on ChangingCoastline.com about moving the Truro house away from the dunes.
http://changingcoastline.com/dunes-edge/moving-homes/moving-116-north-pamet-road-truro/


November 22, 2010

New York Architecture: Loft Publications features Kemado Records, studios and offices, Brooklyn, New York www.loftpublications.com


November 11, 2010

Interior Design nominates Leicester House for their 2010 Best of the Year Awards.


November 2, 2010

Western NC Green Building Council website features the Leicester house.
www.wncgbc.org


September 1, 2010

gb&d "A New Place of Hope" feature on the Kageno project in Rwanda, and "Spaces" feature on SPG Architects residential work.


August 30, 2010

Wallpaper* Magazine posts an interactive floor plan of SPG's Leicester House.
http://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/interactive-floor-plan-spg-architects/4775


August 27, 2010

Casas Ecuador Magazine features SPG's Casa Torcida.
http://www.cosas.com.ec/casas/125-Casa_Torcida_Pen%C3%ADnsula_Osa_Costa_Rica.html


July 1, 2010

Construction Leaders Today profiles SPG Architects, featuring several projects including: Kageno Community Center, Casa Torcida, and COTY Beauty.
http://constructionleaderstoday.com/clt_sectors/clt_specialtrade/3069.html


March 15, 2010

In the April 2010 issue, Architectural Digest features a spread on SPG's newly completed Casa Torcida house located in Costa Rica.

Preview of the April 2010 Architectural Digest article


February 3, 2010

The Architect's Newspaper features SPG in a studio visit, spotlighting the firm and the SPG projects: Kageno Community Center, Sherman House, Greenwich Village Penthouse, Kemado Records, and the Pawling Residence.


November 6, 2009

London's Financial Times cites SPG Architects' Partner Eric Gartner in an article about a new age of excellence in worldwide architecture.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/7bf56c66-c99e-11de-a071-00144feabdc0.html


October 1, 2009

Interior Design Magazine features SPG Architects on the pro bono work done for the Kageno community center, school and clinic in Banda, Rwanda
http://www.interiordesign.net/article/ca6702082.html?q=spg+architects


September 25, 2009

Wallpaper Magazine features SPG Architects in the Future 30 exhibit at the 4th International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
http://www.iabr.nl/EN/open_city/_calendar/wallpaper_futurethirty_exhibition.php


September 2, 2009

SPG Architect Sandra Aranguren-Langston, RA, LEED AP, is made Associate after her 12 year tenure with the firm.


September 1, 2009

American Builders Quarterly Magazine features SPG Architects in their Fall 2009 Issue
www.AmericanBuildersQuarterly.com


August 27, 2009

Filius designer Alessandro Tomassetti's interview with SPG Architects Partner Eric Gartner:
http://filiusdesign.com/interview


August 22, 2009

ArchDaily.com spotlights the Spur Lane House and SPG Architects
http://www.archdaily.com/32246/spur-lane-house-spg-architects/


July 24, 2009

Wallpaper Magazine's 2009 List of 30 Emerging Architecture Practices around the world continues to garner online media coverage, including the following sites:
http://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl/2009/07/23/directorio-de-arquitectos-2009-de-wallpaper/
http://www.archdaily.com/30146/wallpaper-architects-directory-2009/


July 9, 2009

Wallpaper Magazine publishes the 2009 Architects Directory, featuring SPG as one of the 30 top emerging firms worldwide.
http://www.wallpaper.com/directory/architects/2009/spg-architects/1689


June 25, 2009

Architectural Digest completes a 3-day photo shoot of the Casa Torcida house in Costa Rica. Publication date has not yet been announced.


March 2, 2009

Partner Eric Gartner and Senior Architect Sandra Aranguren-Langston recently became LEED accredited professionals, building on SPG's long-standing commitment to energy-conscious and environmentally sensitive design.


July 15, 2008

Two projects by SPG are featured in Venezuela's Deco Magazine.


July 3, 2008

SPG Architects has relocated to our newly renovated space at 127 West 26th Street, #800, New York, NY 10001. All our other contact information remains the same. We look forward to seeing you here!


March 9, 2008

Images from SPG Architects Kageno Project in Rwanda' are being used as part of the dialog to inspire Rwandan nationals to recognize the importance of a design school called ISASI in the capital city of Kigali. Danish business graduates and American architectural educator William Tate share a philosophy that architectural design and entrepreneurship can help Rwanda heal from the harrowing years of its recent past. As Tate states: "We ... think Rwanda is incredibly fertile ground for this new thinking and unconventional education. That is exactly what the world today needs, and Rwanda will lead the way" To this ISASI aspires.....

Project for health clinic in Rwanda by SPG architects for Kageno project team:
Eric Gartner (principal)
Namita Penugonda
Mathieu de Genot de Nieukerken
Elizabeth Grace MacLean


March 1, 2008

Interior Design Magazine-China featured the Chelsea Penthouse designed by SPG


February 10, 2008

Kageno breaks ground in Banda, Rwanda, beginning with the pharmacy and health clinic. See Current Projects for up-to-date images


January 8, 2008

Bamboo House Exhibit and publication continues with shows in China, Lima, Peru, and Columbia. The exhibit will continue through until March 08.
http://www.bamboocompetition.com/finaltop12.html


November 1, 2007

SPG enters a Competition for the Museum of New Immigration, sponsored by Arquitectum. The Museum of Modern Immigration serves as a tribute to the post-1960 immigrant's experience. The museum's form, essentially a 100 meter tall x 100 meter wide x 10 meter deep building, serves as a metaphoricial wall that comments on the United States efforts to control the flow of immigration into the country. The wall, however, is not a solid barrier, it is a transparent building which serves to invite visitors rather than repel them. The building functions as a visual gateway through which the guest can view and enter the city. The building could be located off of Battery Park in the New York City's harbor and frames views of the Statue of Liberty, New York's original tribute to immigrants.


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