Gluckman Tang Architects offers several services such as architecture, planning and interior design.
This firm started as art installations and galleries. In 40 years it turned into an internationally-recognized firm including a body of work with museums, educational institutions, retail, residential and commercial projects.
We present you here some of their greatest projects.
1) University of Pennsylvania Museum os Archaeology and Anthropology
This phased project focused on reimagining and renovating the historic Harrison (1915) and Coxe (1924) wings, containing Penn Museum’s signature galleries.
2) Georgia Museum of Art
Gluckman Tang’s design consists of three main points of intervention, including an addition of a new gallery wing to the south, a glazed connector linking the existing building and the new wing, and an expansion of the existing building to the north that greatly increased artstorage, back-of-house and officespace.
3) Galerie Forsblom
Additional offices, windowed galleries and storage spaces surround the sky-lit gallery, unified throughout by a continuous floor of wide, solid Douglas Fir planks nearly 50 feet long.
4) Mary Boone Gallery, Chelsea
In the exhibition space, modern finishes and materials are juxtaposed with the historic wood trusses and decking of the exposed ceiling.
5) Iglesia Evangelica de Co-op City
A 9,400-square-foot facility for a growing Methodist congregation in the Bronx is prominently located on a corner site adjacent to Co-op City near the intersection of two major roadways.
6) Brant Foundation Art Study Center
The renovation and addition to a 1902 stone barn creates a suitable environment for the display of contemporary art.
7) Mii Amo Spa
This 34,000-square-foot spa complex is comprised of a main treatment building and six freestanding guest “casitas”.
8) Calvin Klein Studio
9) West Village Penthouse
This West Village renovation projectcombines two separate apartments into an expansive 4,200-square-foot duplex penthouse unit.
10) Central Park South Residence
Gluckman Tang Architects designed this apartment for a couple with an extensive and growing art collection who sought a bespoke living space to display their works.