Join designers throughout the major New York City Area for IDNY’s New York City Architecture + Design Meetup. Patrick Burke, AIA, Principal of Michael Graves Architecture & Design will talk about context and character underscoring MGA&D’s unwavering commitment to truly unique experiences in hospitality and luxury residential design. Projects to be presented include 425 Fifth Avenue and the Impala in New York City. Burke will address the value of authentic character and experiences that draw on physical and social context that create a sense of place across the globe. Patrick will begin talking at approximately 7:00PM.

425 Fifth Avenue is a mixed-use commercial and residential tower located on Fifth Avenue at East 38th Street in Manhattan.

425 Fifth Avenue is a mixed-use commercial and residential tower located on Fifth Avenue at East 38th Street in Manhattan.

Context & Character – Hospitality Spanning the Globe

Since the firm was founded by the late Michael Graves in 1964, Michael Graves Architecture & Design is recognized as one of the leading design firms in the world. The firm’s integrated multidisciplinary practice is truly exceptional. The firm offers unique full-service design strategies that could not have been imagined at any one design practice. The firm’s designers often custom-design furniture and artwork that complement the character of the firm’s architecture and interiors.

Michael Graves Architecture & Design has designed for many notable brands including InterContinental, St. Regis, Marriot, Wyndham, Disney Resort, Resorts World, Sheraton, Four Seasons in addition to conceptual designs for several boutique hoteliers reimaging existing spaces. MGA&D has created truly immersive experiences and continues to deliver unsurpassed design excellence with a portfolio of recent work that includes the Resorts World Sentosa Resort in Singapore, the nearly completed Six-Star Luxury St. Regis Hotel in Cairo and currently reimaging of the Sheraton Miramar Hotel in El Gouna’s interior public spaces. The firm’s design practice is committed to sustainable, contextual experiences that underscore a ‘sense of place’ to further enhance the guest and resident experience.

Having built a diverse and varied portfolio of highly successful and distinctive hospitality projects around the globe, MGA&D focuses on sustainability, eco-friendly resort designs, local context, market conditions. When considered, these ‘hot-buttons’ aim to bring a brand’s vision to fruition in a manner that will not only meet functional needs, but will also re-establish a property’s status as distinguished and well-known. This approach both delights and charms guests and residents time and time again.

The Impala is a 268,000 square foot mixed-use residential, office, and retail complex containing 204 units in three buildings surrounding a landscaped courtyard in the center of the block.

The Impala is a 268,000 square foot mixed-use residential, office, and retail complex containing 204 units in three buildings surrounding a landscaped courtyard in the center of the block.

Where

Duravit NYC
105 Madison Avenue
New York, NY

When

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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Patrick Burke, AIA Principal, Architecture

About Patrick Burke

Patrick Burke, AIA, is a Principal of Architecture and Studio Head at Michael Graves Architecture & Design. With over 35 years of experience at MGA&D, Burke has been lead designer for project types including: cultural, civic, healthcare, hospitality and master planning. Burke has been responsible for several resort developments where MGA&D was the master planner, architect and interior designer. He has been a keynote speaker for several industry events in hospitality, sustainability and wellness and has participated on many juries and peer reviews. His projects have won numerous awards for design excellence and sustainability.