Emilio Ambasz & Associates

Architecture Firm New York / United States

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Emilio Ambasz & Associates
Founded in 1976, Emilio Ambasz & Associates, Inc. offers a full range of design services, including building design consulting, lighting, landscape, exhibition, graphic and product design. Since its inception, the firm has created memorable images for a distinctive roster of international clients. Their belief in and identification with quality find representative expression in form, performance, added value and strong symbolic content. The firm's commissions, executed for corporations, institutions and private developers, are characterized by a rigorous attention to the client's aspirations and needs in conjunction with a sensitive response to the site and local practices. In all its projects, the firm seeks to reconcile the building with nature. This innovative approach to programmatic and emotional challenges, coupled with a strict adherence to schedule and budgetary constraints, has resulted in unique designs that have won its clients national and international awards and acclaim. Such projects as the landmark Lucille Halsell Conservatory at the San Antonio Botanical Center, the Phoenix History Museum, the Mycal Sanda Cultural Center, the Fukuoka Prefectural International Hall, the Torino Environment Park and many others, exemplify Emilio Ambasz' distinctive design sensibility. By completely integrating the building and the landscape,
Emilio Ambasz & Associates
Emilio Ambasz & Associates

Founded in 1976, Emilio Ambasz & Associates, Inc. offers a full range of design services, including building design consulting, lighting, landscape, exhibition, graphic and product design. Since its inception, the firm has created memorable images for a distinctive roster of international clients. Their belief in and identification with quality find representative expression in form, performance, added value and strong symbolic content. The firm's commissions, executed for corporations,...

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