As an architect, we are given the task of exploring and shaping the spaces we as people want to inhabit. Although sketches and physical modeling are still valid forms of spatial explorations, computer-assisted 3D modeling has become one of the most important tools in any architects’ toolkit. Its ability to coordinate and explore forms in […]READ MORE
Murdock Solon Architects recently took its work to another level – a private rooftop on Park Avenue. Located in the Flatiron District, the garden is already a well-appreciated amenity for the building’s commercial tenants. The rooftop terrace is elevated 15 feet above the existing roof level to maximize panoramic views of the city. It encircles the building’s three […]READ MORE
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 […]READ MORE
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 […]READ MORE
The commercial video editing company Friendshop launched last year and needed its own space to expand its growing team. Murdock Solon Architects worked with the company to transform an entire floor in a warehouse-style building in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. MSA helped create the ideal space for ultimate creativity while meeting intense technical demands. […]READ MORE
Designed by Murdock Solon Architect’s Shea Murdock, the Manhattan boutique FD Gallery is featured in Architectural Digest’s September 2013 issue.
The article highlights boutique owner Fiona Druckenmiller and describes the space as a “cabinet of curiosities.” The Upper East Side boutique showcases rare estate jewelry and one-of-a-kind pieces.READ MORE