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  1. 1. EvensonBest Melville, New York – 7,000 Sq. Ft. Furniture dealer EvensonBest turned to TPG to design a new 7,000 square foot showroom located in Long Island, NY. The client required functioning workstations that also serve as samples on the showroom floor. Sustainable materials and a lime colored accent wall further enhance the brand and the merchandise. The new showroom will accommodating the New York and regional market.
  2. 2. Lufthansa East Meadow, New York - 80,000 Sq. Ft. TPG is currently completing a phased renovation of an existing 5-story building for Lufthansa’s North American Headquarters. In addition to office space, the project includes the main building lobby, floor lobbies, a café, pantries and public spaces. An emphasis was put on environmentally-friendly design and materials. This involved opening up the floor lobbies to the perimeter windows. In addition, enclosed offices were minimized and utilized glass fronts.
  3. 3. Aer Lingus Jericho, New York – 12,000 Sq. Ft. TPG recently completed the design for the new US HQ of this international airline. The interior concept combines a traditional reception with a modern twist and today’s technology. Quarter cut oak and stone-like flooring contrasts with white gloss columns and aluminum framed glass walls. Aeronautical elements were used throughout the space such as oval shaped columns and a wing like soffit. The overall plan is open and flexible, with a support zone pushed to the interior. A 120 degree workstation system was chosen which conserves space as well as creates an open call center environment. All finished are eco-friendly ranging from the recycled glass transaction top and resilient floor to the highly reflective ceiling tile and indirect lighting system.
  4. 4. Leviton Melville, New York – 140,000 Sq. Ft. TPG Architecture is currently working with Leviton on a new headquarters comprised of 4 floors and a lower public level, located in Melville, Long Island. The space includes a café, a training center and exhibit areas. Each floor features a different floor plate, with a dedicated executive floor on the top level. Sustainable elements such as low emitting materials, water saving devices, lighting controls and daylighting are being implemented in order to attain Leviton’s goal of achieving LEED CI Silver Certification. TPG is also incorporating branding throughout the building.
  5. 5. Catlin New York, New York – 8,000 Sq. Ft. TPG Architecture provided interior architectural services for this international insurance firm’s New York location. Catlin wanted a design that would not only communicate the brand, but also reflect the energy of its locale. The 8,000 square foot office showcases a sleek open floor plan with three sides of glass front offices and one corner conference room. Cherrywood cabinetry and millwork create a sophisticated and clean work environment. The ample reception area houses a full-sized serving bar with informal seating solutions that are suitable for entertaining onsite.
  6. 6. Cara Therapeutics Shelton, CT – 53,000 Sq. Ft. TPG Architecture recently completed an office and lab relocation for Cara Therapeutics, an emerging biotech company specializing in acute pain. The 53,000 SF space includes offices, a chemistry lab, a biology lab, a vivarium for animal lab testing, and a NMR spectroscopy room.
  7. 7. Weight Watchers Woodbury, NY - 34,000 Sq. Ft. A color scheme was used to identify areas of this large footprint to give a sense of location in each department. Private offices (blue) were pushed to the interior and the open workstations were split to the exterior window in order to take advantage of natural light and views. The private offices incorporated a wood door and full glass front with a partial frosted film to address privacy and still allow light to penetrate from the exterior. A central core houses support spaces such copy areas and filing. Public areas (yellow) are off the main core for easy access. These areas are also treated with color to complement the neutral base color palette that is used throughout. Photography: Ari Burling
  8. 8. New York Institute of Technology New York, NY - 12,500 Sq.Ft. TPG performed comprehensive architectural and interior design services for the renovation of NYIT’s urban campus administra- tive departments, including the registrar, bursar, financial aid and admissions offices at 16 West 61st Street. The new space features a main reception desk for multiple admissions. The intent of this area was to replace the old “walk-up window” setting with a more open and communicative environment. High café-type tables provide a waiting area for students where they can use laptops and meet with other students. Exposed ceilings allow for free form objects to be incorporated, giving a more playful and less restricted feel. The color scheme uni- fies with other spaces on campus which are located in separate buildings.
  9. 9. L’Oreal USA New York, New York – Boardroom This project consisted of the renovation of an existing corporate boardroom. The concept was to incorporate a light and modern, yet classic feel with the use of wood simple tonal wallcovering and a textured wall panel. The ceiling is a simple architectural feature with recessed lighting to for optimum performance of the video conferencing technology. Renderings: TPG Architecture
  10. 10. North Shore Professional Center Port Jefferson, NY - 100,000 RSF TPG was engaged for Phase 1 Programming and Design Services by North Shore Professional Realty for the area’s largest medical park. The project consists of the renovation of an existing building and construction of two new structures. The site was designed as a campus of buildings to compliment the adjacent hospital. The three buildings are brick, metal and EFIS panel construction and total approximately 100,000 RSF of medical office space. The flexible floor plans allow suite sizes from 1,000 RSF to full floors.
  11. 11. Blackman Plumbing Hicksville, New York – 6,000 Sq.Ft. A new showroom for a growing company set in suburban Long Island was created to satisfy a market of residential comsumers rather than the plumbing trade. This showroom was to establish a brand identity for Blackman, using metal, glass and metal panel along with a entry canopy and iconic signage. Renderings: TPG Architecture
  12. 12. Blackman Plumbing Medford, New York – 1,800 Sq.Ft. The objective of this project was to create a new showroom for a very high end, growing company set in suburban Long Island, to satisfy a market of residential consumers rather than the plumbing trade. Another goal was to establish a brand identity for use at other locations. The deisgn layout creates a clear circulation path with vignettes of product on one side and a free flowing display on the other. The sales area is placed centrally under a disc of blue light. Renderings: TPG Architecture
  13. 13. Honeywell Mellville, New York – 120,000 Sq.Ft. TPG is currently providing programming and master planning for approximately 120,000 sf of space for Honeywell, projecting personnel and space requirements through 2010. This plan will establish a space use strategy and a long-term and short-term real estate implementation plan encompassing several locations into one central Corporate Facilities Headquarters, in Long Island. Scheduled completion date: January 2007. In addition, TPG has been retained for a second Honeywell location in Fort Washington, PA. The new space will consist of approximately 120,000 sf of general office space, engineering labs, product repair, shipping and receiving and miscellaneous support functions. Scheduled completion date: December 2006. Renderings: TPG Architecture
  14. 14. L.A. Fitness Lake Grove, NY – 65,000 Sq. Ft. TPG recently completed a sports and fitness complex consisting of a five lane lap pool, a basketball court, five racquetball courts, aerobics, spin, weights, cardio and circuit training areas, and a small retail / juice bar. In addition to an exterior façade alternation to the existing steel building, TPG verified existing schematic plans and developed them into a set of construction documents. TPG worked with an LA Fitness designer on interior specifications.
  15. 15. L.A. Fitness Norwalk, CT – 65,000 Sq. Ft. TPG completed a new 65,000 square foot sports and fitness complex in Norwalk, CT for LA Fitness. The project involved a 40,000 square foot addition to an existing industrial building. The complex includes a lap pool, a basketball court, and racquetball courts, as well as aerobics, spin, weights, cardio and circuit training areas.
  16. 16. UL - Underwriters Laboratories Melville, New York – 100,000 Sq .Ft. A new entry was created using the interior 2-story space. New exterior signage and façade treatment were generated using and enhancing existing brick and metal materials. A metal roof screen was proposed to hide the new HVAC units as the part of the building upgrades. In addition a 100,000 laboratory upgrade was included in the project. Renderings: TPG Architecture