An adaptive reuse of a 1922 cold storage facility, the Museum of the Bible is situated southeast of the National Mall, offering panoramic views of the Capitol and the city from its new rooftop addition. The western train portal was redesigned as the museum’s entrance, […]
Nestled along the East River in New York City, the United Nations Headquarters has long been admired as the physical embodiment of global diplomacy and collaboration. Designed in 1947 by a collaborative team of esteemed architects including Le Corbusier, Wallace K. Harrison, and Oscar Niemeyer, the […]
Glass-enclosed convention center on New York City’s West Side Highway. In addition to continuous involvement in all phases for the complete replacement of the façade, Heintges was heavily involved in the on-site analysis and testing of the existing conditions. Heintges also assisted the architect with the parallel evaluation and development of an alternate refurbishment scheme during design…
This sensitive, yet bold project revitalizes a Brutalist building, connecting it to the vibrant neighborhood. The project adds a cantilevered extension to the upper floors of the Juilliard School where it faces Broadway, creating a soaring entrance lobby below it and a new projecting, luminous glass facade. The […]
Built in 1962, Edward Durell Stone’s controversial white monolith at 2 Columbus Circle was transformed by Allied Works’ 2008 design into an exhibition space that allows natural light to enter through a series of structural “cuts” in the facade and concrete shell. Inset with transparent […]
The Bloch Building, an addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, consisting of a new underground space and five interconnected above-ground structures. Heintges was engaged as curtain wall consultant for design development, mock-up, and fabrication and installation phases.