IMC Architecture launches its new interior design studio: NYREJ
Brooklyn, New York Brooklyn-based multifamily, commercial and institutional firm IMC Architecture has launched its new interior design studio. Design Director Federigo Luzzi leads the new interiors practice, focusing on workplace, business, retail, hospitality and residential.
“Our new interior design group will serve its clients and support IMC’s architectural projects. The studio will benefit from the growing volume of interior work in the New York City, national and international markets,” said Eugene Mekhtiev, IMC Director, AIA, LEED GA.
“Our interior design team brings together a group of accomplished designers with a wealth of experience and familiarity with international and multicultural aesthetics and practices. This expertise has already helped us win many new commercial, educational and residential projects,” said Lozi.
IMC Architecture’s recent and current projects include a 4,000-square-foot office fitout for Brooksville and a 1,000-square-foot workspace for We Lend, both in Manhattan; A £10,000 office space for Bawabeh Realty Holdings in Brooklyn as well as design work for several independent and private schools in Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn. In the hospitality and retail markets, the studio designed the new Le Café Coffee in the One Dag office tower, located at 885 Second Ave. In downtown Manhattan.
Known for its architectural quality, contemporary aesthetic, technical acumen, and zoning expertise, IMC Architecture has designed some of the most notable recent projects in New York City and the greater New York region. The company is one of the leaders in modular design and construction technology in New York City and regional multifamily real estate. In addition to design services, the company also operates its own zoning, acceleration and permitting consulting firm CORE Consultants.
Three directors founded IMC in 2015, after successful careers at leading regional and national firms: Eugene Mekhtiyev, AIA, LEED GA; Jonathan Imani, AIA, NCARB; and Dominic Casale, AIA, NCARB. Working primarily in highly regulated urban environments in New York City and the greater New York area, the founders believe that compliance and creativity are not mutually exclusive. “We play by the rules and design beautiful buildings,” Casale said.
The company’s portfolio features more than seven million square feet of architectural design and zoning consulting projects, totaling more than $750 million in construction value. IMC Architecture’s market-rate and affordable luxury residential and rental design work includes 41 units at 550 Prospect Place and 16 units at 701-703 Lafayette Ave. In Brooklyn; 155 Unit 289-299 East 161street St., 21 units 35 Kingston Street and 34,000 s/f Croton Residences in the Bronx; 70-unit The Grand and 73-unit NewRo in New Rochelle; and multiple upgrades to the 37-story, 807-unit 63-67 rental property on Wall Street in Manhattan.
The firm’s commercial and institutional design portfolio includes a 90,000-square-foot commercial and medical office building at 15 Parkville Street, a 36,500-square-foot Medical Services Center in 15 buildings, a 20,000-square-foot Spring Creek Towers property management office, and Ascend Public Charter Schools in 1833 Nostrand Avenue and 8-48 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, Elm Charter School at 79-20 Queens Boulevard. in Queens, and the Persian Community of Flatbush, Brooklyn.
For additional information, please visit www.imcarchitecture.com.
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