Archive for the 'Latest Projects' Category

A Clinton Hill Renovation

In Brooklyn’s prime Clinton Hill neighborhood, Murdock Solon Architects recently completed its transformation of a Landmarked townhouse. The project consisted of a gut renovation of a 3,000-square-foot, multi-family home into a main house with four bedrooms, a home office, two full baths, and two half baths, as well as a second garden apartment and a […]

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A Moving Edit: The Renovation of Arcade Edit

Designing space for a film and television editing studio requires more technical integration than the average office fit-out. Producing a spatial solution that addressed the high level of audio and visual sophistication required, along with the studio’s creative identity proved challenging. However, creativity was certainly not compromised in Murdock Solon Architect’s latest project with NYC’s […]

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Breaking Ground at Kings Highway

Murdock Solon Architects broke ground at the Kings Highway project this week. Led by Principle-in-Charge Shea Murdock, shown above, the 68,000-square-foot commercial development will be an anchor at the evolving neighborhood in Gravesend, Brooklyn.  To take advantage of the site’s visibility from the elevated subway lines, the design addresses the two main programs of commercial […]

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See Our Work in New York Cottages & Gardens

  We’re proud to announce that our Brooklyn Heights Townhouse project is featured in the April issue of New York Cottages and Gardens. The 12-page article, Haute Brooklyn, describes how the owners, Florence and Alexandre Mars, discovered the property and sought the right architecture team to bring their French design sensibility to their new Brooklyn […]

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New Project: 333 Lobby

If you’re near 7th Avenue and 28th/29th Street in New York City, you’ll see one of Murdock Solon Architect’s latest projects – the refacing and lobby redesign of 333 7th Avenue.

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New Project: Brooklyn Townhouse

  MSA’s renovation opened this single-family townhouse to the outdoors, light and views. With a narrow building footprint, MSA’s design focused on creating large, comfortable, open spaces, by minimizing internal walls and divisions. Living areas and the kitchen are separated naturally by furniture and cabinetry, so that light and air moves uninhibitedly from the backyard […]

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High Line Project - NYC Architects

MSA NYC Architect Kara Koirtyohann R.A.

Murdock Solon Architect Kara Koirtyohann R.A. shares her experiences as a NYC architect and what it means to be part of shaping the city. She shares about her role in one of the firm’s latest projects, the High Line rooftop additions. Read about how she’s helped shape the project and more at Murdock Solon Architects.

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Looking Up from the High Line: Murdock Solon’s Latest NYC Architecture Project

Take the newly finished High Line to 26th street and look up. Here you'll find one of Murdock Solon Architect's latest projects – three glass rooftop additions on 513-521 West 26th Street. 

This view from the High Line has been top of mind from the onset of the project. With the High Line's elevated experience, users see New York City from a new angle…

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