The Handel Architects’ studio wants to make a difference in the world, by creating unique architecture and interior design projects, that serve as catalysts for positive urban and social change! With an inspiring portefolio filled with unique design projects, this is one expert that is worth knowing about!
Handel Architects‘ unique signature style is all about unique design solutions that can have an impact beyond the design project itself and can move the needle in some way and contribute to society and culture. Sustainable design is at the core of their practice and you can see that inspiring design concept in some of their most famous works, such as the groundbreaking Passive House buildings in the U.S. or the first LEED Gold office building in Chile.
Founded in 1994, the Handel Architects studio defends that great architecture and interior design can really change the reality that we live in making a positive difference in the world. With over 200 architects and designers in New York, San Francisco, Boston, and Hong Kong, this New York-based interior design studio was the responsible for iconic design projects like the National September 11 Memorial, urban infrastructure and master planning projects, high-density mixed-use developments, multi-family projects across all income bands, hotels, corporate headquarters, and buildings for non-profit, institutional and educational clients around the world. From all of their unique interior design ideas, here is our top 3 selection:
Union House’s Interiors In San Francisco
Handel Architects’ Union House project is a new boutique condominium building on the border of the Pacific Heights and Russian Hill neighborhoods in San Francisco. Reflecting the refined elegance of a luxury European hotel, the bespoke interiors of this design project were created to relate to the understated elegance of the building, while offering residents the warmth and tranquility of home.
The Essex Tower Interiors In NYC
Defined by exposed woods and metals framing in its sleek living spaces, this unique interior design project by Handle Architects is located in one of the largest buildings in a multi-site redevelopment project in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, known as Essex Crossing. All of the bespoke interiors feature a unique approach that combines functionality with great design, creating a warm and comfortable ambiance.
The Interiors Of Millennium Tower In Boston
Rooted in the style of the late 1960’s cool of The Thomas Crown Affair, this unique interior design project by Handel Architects is supposed to reflect what was meant to evoke that of the great homes of Boston’s Back Bay and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. In the 1968 film, Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway show a Boston which is glamorous, exciting, and new but steeped in tradition. The mood of the film’s interiors was a launching point for the design aesthetic and tonality in all of the bespoke interior designs.
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