East 34th St Ferry Terminal by Kennedy & Violich Architecture

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Architects
Frano Violich, FAIA; Managing Principal. Sheila Kennedy, FAIA; Principal Consulting on Design. Veit Kugel Dipl Ing, Senior Associate; Project Designer. J. Seth Hoffman, LEED AP; Project Manager
Design Team
Tonya Ohnstad, Ted Steinemann, Sloan Kulper, IDSA, Jason O’Mara, Heater Micka-Smith
Collaborators
Structural Engineer Roof.- Schlaich Bergermann & Partner LP Marine Structural & Civil Engineer.- McLaren Engineering Group MEP Engineer.- Lakhani & Jordan Engineers Security.- Cosentini Associates Landscape Architect.- Ken Smith Landscape Architects Interaction Design.- Small Design Firm, Inc. Construction.- Hudson Meridian Construction Group; D’Onofrio General Contractors Corp. Ingenieros estructurales de la cubierta- Schlaich Bergermann & Partner LP Ingeniería Marina e Ingeniería Civil.- McLaren Engineering Group MEP Ingeniería.- Lakhani & Jordan Engineers Seguridad.- Cosentini Associates Paisajismo.- Ken Smith Landscape Architects Interacción.- Small Design Firm, Inc. Construcción.- Hudson Meridian Construction Group; D’Onofrio General Contractors Corp.
Completion Year
2012
Gross Built Area
465 sqm

Frano Violich + Sheila Kennedy ​Kennedy & Violich Architecture

Kennedy & Violich Architecture (KVA) is an interdisciplinary design practice that works at the intersection of architecture, sustainable building technologies and emerging public needs and lifestyles. Central to the work of KVA is the idea that the necessary infrastructure of buildings and cities can be transformed by design to enhance the experiences and activities of daily life. KVA offers clients professional services in urban design and architecture, construction documentation and administration, as well as creative programming and strategic planning for technology integration. 

KVA is structured as an open studio, which allows both Principals to be personally involved in the design of their projects in all phases of work. Their studio, located in the former Blue Bird bottling plant in Boston’s South End, was selected in 2009 by International Design (ID) Magazine as one of the top 40 creative offices worldwide. KVA strives to create innovative and enduring architecture that is of its time, engaging both new and traditional architectural materials with contemporary design tools and fabrication techniques.

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