Work at CFA Society New York Continues

Construction work continues at the CFA Society New York in Times Square, where Soluri Architecture has re-designed the reception area for the Society’s offices. Due to the intense, near continuous use of the Society’s meeting and training rooms, construction work has been broken into several phases to minimize disruption. The CFA Society New York has been a leading forum for the investment community since 1937 and is the membership organization for NYC based Chartered Financial

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Exhibiting at Techday London 2017

Soluri Architecture exhibited at the 2nd annual Techday London – the start-up & tech convention hosted at Old Billingsgate in central London. As the only architecture firm exhibiting, SA principal Andre Soluri met with entrepreneurs, innovators and investors from the London start-up community while showcasing the firm’s body of tech related architectural work.  

CFA Society New York hires Soluri Architecture

Soluri Architecture has been hired by the CFA Society New York to re-design their reception area and public hallways at the organization’s Times Square offices as part of a re-branding effort. The CFA Society New York has been a leading forum for the investment community since 1937 and is the membership organization for NYC based Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) – the most respected and recognized investment management credential and designation. The 11,000sq ft CFANY facility

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Birchbox office featured in Business Insider

Business Insider featured Birchbox’s NYC office in an article discussing how its office renovation boosted company culture and morale. Soluri Architecture completed the expansion and renovation of the Birchbox NYC office in late 2014, and continues to work for the company. The article’s office tour showed off Birchbox’s open floor plan, multiple conference rooms, and many of the features designed by Soluri Architecture including a swing meeting area, the pantry, and personal phone booths. Business

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Birchbox work continues

Soluri Architecture has continued to work with Birchbox after completing their overall office renovation in 2014. As a disruptive tech company, Birchbox continues to evolve, and has retained Soluri Architecture to relocate and expand their photo studio as well as other minor modifications. This work will include design and the preparing of drawings for submission to the Landlord for approval and the NYC Dept of Buildings for permits.

Rosetta Getty Showroom – NYC

Soluri Architecture has been hired by the fashion designer Rosetta Getty to assist with simple layout changes to her NYC fashion showroom. The NYC showroom contains offices, a design studio and a large showroom space. It is the main workspace for Rosetta’s staff and is also where the label presents to buyers during Fashion Week.


Soluri Architecture will be exhibiting at the 2016 Techday in New York because of its recent work with tech companies such as Birchbox and RAB. We have found that out design approach is especially suited for tech companies and start-ups and are looking forward to presenting our work to tech community. Techday is the largest startup event in the US with over 30,000 expected attendees and 550 exhibiting companies. We’ll be located in the “General”

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Windish renovation completed

Soluri Architecture just completed the gut renovation of The Windish Agency’s NYC office in SoHo. Named Pollstar’s “top Independent Booking Agency of 2015,” The Windish Agency needed a funky yet professional office to accommodate their growth, and to be a place where their musicians, bands, DJs and promoters could meet, hang out, or party.

Construction nearing completion at Windish

Construction is nearing completion at the build-out of the offices for the Windish Agency in New York City’s Soho neighborhood. Finishing touches that remain to be completed include: painting, completion of the wood ceilings, cove lighting install, signage install, staining/sealing of the millwork and sealing of the concrete.  Furniture is expected to begin arriving next week and move-in to the new space should occur soon afterwards.