A 61-story glass-and-steel tower at the southeast corner of the new World Trade Center site; the 947-foot-tall skyscraper will include 56 office floors (1.8 million square feet) and 5 floors of retail space. Heintges was engaged as the façade design consultant to the design architect during all phases of design and bidding, and during construction administration for the tower’s curtain wall and atrium/lobby enclosure.
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…
A key component of the 230-acre Novartis campus in East Hanover, New Jersey, Maki and Associates’ oncology-focused research and office building reveals the surrounding landscape to its occupants through a curtain wall unobstructed by perimeter structural columns. The five-story building features three, two-story “community parks” […]
At the North American headquarters of global healthcare company Novartis, a 140,000-square-foot oncology office building designed by Weiss/Manfredi connects five floors of open work areas with an ascending spiral of double-height public spaces, nicknamed “living rooms,” that overlook the surrounding campus. Marked by column-free spans, […]
The Novartis Visitor Reception Center provides a dynamic sense of arrival for guests of the company’s 230-acre North American campus in East Hanover, New Jersey. Weiss/Manfredi designed the steel-framed pavilion to emerge from surrounding earth berms that form part of the campus landscape. Enclosed by insulated […]
The new Burberry flagship store was erected on the site of a former Burberry store on North Michigan Avenue. The curtain wall design evokes the classic Burberry Check realized in a complex, multi-layered rainscreen system of black fritted glass, mirror polished black oxidized stainless steel and concealed LED […]
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, designed by Weiss/Manfredi Architects, is the centerpiece of the Garden’s Master Plan for its next 100 years of service. With an undulating façade in plan, it follows the contours of the existing berm into which the building is sited. Visitors […]
On the eastern slopes of the Hudson River Valley, Allied Works designed a residence, guesthouse, and private gallery that punctuate a 400-acre property in Dutchess County, New York. The main house sits at the opening of a large meadow, giving it expansive views of the […]
The bold, yet refined integration of glass and terra cotta at the National Museum of Jewish American History mirrors the project’s duality. An eighty-five-foot-high, light-filled atrium and historic location facing Philadelphia’s Independence Mall invites contemplative reflection while the terra-cotta ties the building to its neighboring […]
Arena Stage was founded in 1950 as a pioneering force in the regional American theater movement. In 2010, after nearly a decade of planning, design, and construction, it reopened with a facility that doubled its size. The new theater complex underscores the venue’s close relationship […]
A modern addition to the historic Columbia University campus, this multidisciplinary facility is primarily clad in anodized aluminum rainscreen panels that articulate the building’s truss structure. Heintges was engaged by the architects for the design and engineering of the full exterior envelope.
A seven-story mixed-use building and student center, designed to replace Barnard College’s two-story McIntosh Center, provides the compact, urban campus with an illuminated focal point along its Broadway border. A skeptical board of trustees, partial to conventional brick-and-mortar, was persuaded by an all-glass facade design […]
Part of the Lincoln Center Development Project, the new Hypar Pavilion on the south side of West 65th Street creates an updated entrance to the Lincoln Center Film Society and revitalizes public spaces, adding a restaurant, renovated plaza, reflecting pool, grand staircase, and a swooping roof lawn. The […]
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 […]
The Standard Hotel is a 19-story boutique hotel across from the Hudson River waterfront in the heart of the Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The building straddles the High Line, a public city park built on a disused elevated railroad track that runs between (and through) buildings […]
Midway between the Capitol and the White House stands the Newseum, imaginatively designed in bars of distinct volumes referencing the sections of a newspaper. Differing degrees of opacity and translucency accommodate the building’s various functions as museum, offices, and residences. A unique horizontal cable-stayed “window […]
Forty-story casino and hotel enclosed in a geometrically complex unitized glass curtain wall with programmable L.E.D.’s incorporated into each unit. Heintges was involved as an integral part of the design team in all phases, from Schematic Design through Construction Administration.
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.