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Jan 25 2021

New Year, New Hits: Our Clients in the Press

2021 is off to a great start for Hausman’s clients! Here’s a select roundup of media coverage of their projects and profundities.

Angie Lee of FXCollaborative talks about inclusive restroom design with FacilitiesNet

Architect has the story behind Marvel‘s studio transformation and practice expansion

Marvel takes the top spot on The Real Deal‘s 2020 list of most active architecture firms

Jonathan Marvel shares his thoughts on accelerating the shift from fossil fuels to renewables with The Architect’s Newspaper

Marvel‘s plans for re-envisioning Union Square get ink from 6sqft, City Realty, Curbed, Monocle, Real Estate Weekly, Smart Cities World, StreetsblogNYC, The Architect’s Newspaper, TimeOut New York, and Travel Writers Magazine

ASLA’s LAND profiles the two newest partners at Marvel

Expanded leadership and strategic pivot at Marvel is detailed by OfficeInsight

In Building Design + Construction, Matthew Mueller of PBDW writes on the hidden costs of modular construction

Cathy Sewell of Rider Levett Bucknall pens a story on providing customized client service for Construction Executive

Rider Levett Bucknall‘s quarterly cost report is previewed in Mile High CRE

Julian Anderson of Rider Levett Bucknall weighs in on the prospects for the North American construction industry in Building Design + Construction

In Constructor, Rider Levett Bucknall‘s Julian Anderson talks about the opportunities presented by sustainable building practices

Promotions at S9 Architecture are noted in New York Real Estate Journal

Holzbau Austria has the scoop on S9 Architecture‘s design for the Cleveland Foundation

Interior Design features Woods + Dangaran‘s update of a Craig Ellwood modernist classic. On ID’s Instagram, the project tallies 11,500+ likes [and counting!]

Dwell converses with Woods + Dangaran about their Clear Oak Residence

Woods + Dangaran‘s Ellwood redo is picked up by The Cool Hunter

Plataforma Arquitectura tours the Culver City Case Study House—aka caso de estudio de vivienda en Culver City—by Woods + Dangaran