The first monograph from the award-winning New York–based architecture and design firm.
Text by Lee Skolnick, Foreword by Paul Goldberger
SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership: Public/Private is the first monograph from the award-winning New York– and Sag Harbor–based architectural firm. Covering nearly 40 years of work, the book—presented in a unique double-sided, two-cover format—exhibits projects in both the public and private sectors. Included in the PUBLIC section is an innovative center for entrepreneurial education, a science center built in a former turbine hall, a light-filled synagogue, two colorful and bright public libraries, and a children’s museum inspired by Leonardo da Vinci. The PRIVATE side features a serenely spatial six-story townhouse, a sublimely linear beach house, a residence and matching studios for two painters, and luxurious twin villas in Anguilla.
With text by founding principal Lee Skolnick and a foreword by Pulitzer Prize–winning architectural critic Paul Goldberger, the monograph provides valuable insight into the sensitive planning and highly intellectual process that goes into each project. SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership: PUBLIC/PRIVATE celebrates the accomplishments of a firm that continues to operate at the top of its game.
SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership is an award-winning, integrated design firm specializing in architecture, exhibit design, interpretation, master planning, and graphic design. Since 1980, their New York–based studio has provided these services in the planning and design of museums, visitor centers, corporate offices, residences, and educational institutions.