St. Ann’s Warehouse
Project Location: DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY
This 1860’s tobacco warehouse located in Brooklyn Bridge Park and under its namesake bridge is part of the Fulton Ferry Historic District.
The pre-civil war structure was persevered by building a modern building inside of the historic walls, but keeping the original brick walls and the scenic archways meant every window was custom designed to the measurement of each opening, to meet national historic preservation standards, and to block the urban noise of the Brooklyn Bridge.
As a result, the arch-top windows maintain the historic integrity and bring the luxury of quiet to the St. Ann’s Warehouse space as St. Ann’s continues to play a vital role on the global cultural landscape as an artistic home for international companies of distinction, avant-garde masters, and talented emerging artists.
– AIA National Honor Award for Architecture,
– AIA New York State Design Award of Excellence,
– AIA NY Chapter-Design Honor Award for Architecture,
– Architizer A+ Awards-Special Mention Cultural: Hall/Theater,
– International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum,
– Municipal Art Society MASterworks Award for Best Adaptive Reuse,
– Urban Land Institute New York Award of Excellence in Institutional Development,
– Chicago Athenaeum, American Architecture Award,
– Building Brooklyn Award TerraCRG Award For Arts and Recreation,
– Architect’s Newspaper-Best of Design Award for Adaptive Reuse