Construction of our first pro-bono Design Corps project has been completed – the outdoor dining build-out for Pro Thai in East Harlem. The completed project is truly the result of a team effort and a great example of how the architecture, design and construction industries are coming together to help small businesses survive during this pandemic – epitomizing the goals and ideals of the Design Corps. The key challenge at Pro Thai was the steep
Today Soluri Architecture led the first meeting of a recently formed small business working group operating under the umbrella of the Unified New York Task Force at the American Institute of Architects New York (AIANY). The Unified Taskforce was assembled by the AIANY to address emergency needs surrounding Covid-19, and our new working group, which was started by Soluri Architecture’s principal Andre Soluri, will be focused on helping small businesses survive this pandemic. Our main
Soluri Architecture has been hired by Real Assets Property Management (RAPM) to renovate a retail center in Tacoma, WA. The existing 14,000sq ft building is in desperate need of renovation, so the project’s goal is to redesign the facade and refresh the interior to re-brand the building and attract more interesting & engaging tenants. Soluri Architecture has designed several projects for RAPM including the Mile Hill Retail Center. The project is expected to go into
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.