Curzon House
Manhattan, NYC
Architectural Design

This contextually sensitive project involved the restoration of two Beaux Arts landmark mansions in the Upper East Side Historic District combined with the construction of a new infill addition to create 13 luxury condos. The project used 26 floor levels for the 13 units, which made for more interesting duplex residences. The design retained the major spaces of the existing interiors, turning formal clubrooms into parlors and dining rooms.

Dormers and slanted windows on the new building mimic a mansard roof and create space inside for a dramatic spiral stair.

Honorable Mention in Design. The New York State Association of Architects, 1987
Builders Choice: Grand Award. National Association of Homebuilders, 1987
Award of Merit. New York State Association of Architects, 1987
Tucker Award for Architectural Excellence. Building Stone Institute, 1986
Renaissance 1986: Grand Award. National Association of Homebuilders - Remodeling Magazine, 1986
Show Business. New York Times Magazine. April 28th, 1985
Kips Bay Decorators Show House, Curzon House. Interior Design. October, 1985
Building Stone Institute 1986 Tucker Awards for Architectural Excellence. Architectural Record. July, 1986
Building Stone Awards. Progressive Architecture. July, 1986
1986 Presentation of the Tucker Award Winners. Building Stone Magazine. July-August 1986