FXCollaborative

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FXCollaborative
Practice information
PartnersGuy Geier, Dan Kaplan, Sylvia Smith, Mark Strauss, Heidi Blau, Nicholas Garison, Tim Milam, John Schuyler[1]
FoundersRobert F. Fox Jr., Bruce S. Fowle
Founded1978
LocationManhattan, New York City
Significant works and honors
BuildingsCondé Nast Building, Reuters Building, Eleven Times Square

FXCollaborative is an American architecture, planning, and interior design firm founded in 1978 by Robert F. Fox Jr. and Bruce S. Fowle as Fox & Fowle Architects. The firm merged with Jambhekar Strauss in 2000[2] and was renamed to FXFOWLE Architects in 2005 following Fox's departure.[3] The firm was renamed to FXCollaborative on January 18, 2018.[4] The firm is best known for projects in New York City including the Condé Nast Building, Reuters Building (3 Times Square), Eleven Times Square, renovation of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and upcoming Statue of Liberty Museum.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "People". FXCollaborative.
  2. ^ "Fox & Fowle merge with Jambhekar Strauss". Real Estate Weekly. October 18, 2000.
  3. ^ "POSTINGS: Opens Own Architecture Office; Fox Departs Fox & Fowle". The New York Times. March 30, 2003.
  4. ^ La Guerre, Liam (18 January 2018). "Ahead of Its Move to Brooklyn, FXFowle Rebrands as FXCollaborative". Commercial Observer. Observer Media. Retrieved 18 January 2018..
  5. ^ Barron, James (October 5, 2016). "Bigger Museum Will Give Lady Liberty's Crowds More to Do Than Snap Selfies". The New York Times.
  6. ^ Mirviss, Laura (16 January 2014). "Hunter's Point Campus". Architectural Record. Retrieved 7 August 2017.

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