Michael Haverland

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Michael Haverland
Occupation Architect
Practice

Michael Haverland Architect, P.C.

New York City, USA

Michael Haverland is an architect based in New York City and East Hampton, New York. His work includes residential, retail, commercial, institutional and urban design projects. Most recently, he collaborated with Calvin Klein on the design of a new house in Southampton, New York.[1][2]

Michael taught at the Yale School of Architecture for ten years, and coordinated the Yale Urban Design Workshop, a community design center.

His work has been widely published, with numerous features in The New York Times,[1][3][4][5][6][7] the Architecture issue of Architectural Digest,[8] Architectural Record,[9][10][11] New York magazine,[12][13] as well as several books.[14][15] The firm has also been recognized with local and national design awards.

Select Projects[edit]

Completed[edit]

Residential[edit]

  • House, East Hampton, NY [6][10][16][17][18][19][20]
  • Waterfront House, East Hampton, NY [8]
  • House, Shelter Island, NY
  • Wall House, Southampton, NY
  • William Cody House Restoration, Palm Springs, CA
  • Townhouse, Gramercy Park, New York, NY [21]
  • Duplex Loft, New York, NY [12]
  • Apartment, Upper East Side, New York, NY [4]
  • Apartment, Upper West Side, New York, NY
  • Duplex Apartment, New York NY [7]
  • Garden Pavilion, New York, NY [13]
  • Waterfront House Two, East Hampton, NY
  • Pool and Garden, East Hampton, NY
  • Duplex Apartment, Upper West Side, New York, NY
  • Townhouse Garden, Upper East Side, New York, NY
  • Billboard, East Hampton, NY
  • New York Dems, Democratic National Convention, 2008 [3]

Civic/Retail[edit]

  • Elementary School Addition, New Haven, CT [9][11]
  • ArtSpace Gallery, New Haven, CT [22]
  • Robert Marc Headquarters/Showroom, New York, NY [5][23]
  • Tod's Retail Concepts, Global Locations
  • Lovett Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

In Progress[edit]

  • Oceanfront House, Southampton, NY [1][2][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32]
  • Artist’s Campus, East Hampton, NY
  • Working Eco-farm and Studio, Hudson, NY
  • House, East Hampton, NY
  • House and Property Renovation, Sagaponack, NY
  • House, Beverly Hills, CA
  • Waterfront House, East Hampton, NY
  • Waterfront House, Southampton, NY
  • Triplex Penthouse Apartment, New York, NY

Design Awards[edit]

Michael Haverland Architect, PC has been recognized with numerous design awards from the American Institute of Architects (New York and Connecticut chapters), the Congress for the New Urbanism, the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, and the Brick Industry Association.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Johnson, Paul A., “Architect’s Own, Check Out Michael Haverland’s ‘Modern Yet Cozy’ EH Abode,” Curbed Hamptons, (hamptons.curbed.com), August 7, 2012. (link to article)
  • Greene, Baylis, “Open But Enclosed, For All Seasons,” The East Hampton Star, August 2, 2012, p. Aa1, Aa3. (link to article)
  • Barbanel, Josh, “Luxury Units Hitting Highs With Buyers,” The Wall Street Journal, September 23, 2011, p. A22.
  • Polsky, Sara, “Sold Stuff, Stone Phillips Flips Gramercy Penthouse for $5.7 Million,” Curbed New York, (ny.curbed.com), September 22, 2011. (link to article)
  • Khan, Bilal, “Flipping Out, Are Stone Phillips' Renovation Plans Worth an Extra $1M?” Curbed New York, (ny.curbed.com), May 25, 2011. (link to article)
  • Margolies, Jane, “All the World’s a Stage,” Interior Design, September 2010, pp. 214–223. (link to article)
  • Aronson, Steven M.L., “House of Contrasts,” Architectural Digest, October 2009, pp. 176–183. (link to article)
  • Hart, Sara, “Eavesdroplet: A Case of Turrets Syndrome,” The Architect’s Newspaper, NY 15, September 23, 2009. (link to article)
  • Aurichio, Andrea, “Say Goodbye To Dragon Head, Say Hello To Calvin’s New Beach House,” Hamptons.com, (www.hamptons.com), September 8, 2009. (link to article)
  • O’Reilly, Brendan, “An Inglorious Death for the Controversial Dragon,” The Southampton Press, May 28, 2009, pp. A1, A9. (link to article)
  • “His Home Was (Once) His Castle,” Newsday, May 21, 2009.
  • Algar, Selim, “Wipe the Slate Klein,” New York Post, May 22, 2009, p. 5. (link to article)
  • Goodman, Wendy, “It’s Listed at $19.5 Million,” New York Magazine, April 13, 2009, pp. 44–49. (link to article)
  • Aurichio, Andrea, “Dragon Head Is Approved For Demolition Marking End To Era Of Excess; Enter Klein's Minimalism,” Hamptons.com, (www.hamptons.com), February 18, 2009. (link to article)
  • O’Reilly, Brendan, “ARB Okays Dragon’s Head Demolition,” The Southampton Press, February 12, 2008, p. A5. (link to article)
  • Finn, Robin, “From Monstrosity to Teardown,” The New York Times, February 1, 2009, pp. L1, L2. (link to article)
  • Spanburgh, Sally, “Calvin’s New House,” Southampton Village Review, (shvillagereview.blogspot.com), December 29, 2008. (link to article)
  • Algar, Selim, “Doom to Castle Calvin,” New York Post, December 19, 2008, p. 19. (link to article)
  • O’Reilly, Brendan, “The Dragon Could Soon Fall,” The Southampton Press, December 18, 2008, pp. A1, A9. (link to article)
  • McCully, Martha, “RSVP: Novel Approach,” Elle Décor, October 2008, p. 118.
  • Green, Penelope, “Architect Spices Up the Look of New York’s Democratic Convention Delegation,” The New York Times, August 21, 2008, p. F3. (link to article)
  • Sokol, David, “Robert Marc Headquarters,” Architectural Record, (www.architecturalrecord.com), June 2008. (link to article)
  • Prinzing, Debra, “Light Fantastic,” Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways: Big Ideas for Small Backyard Destinations, New York: Clarkson Potter, April 2008, pp. 196–203.
  • Green, Penelope, “Starting Over, and Over, and Over,” The New York Times, January 24, 2008, pp. F1, F6. (link to article)
  • Steinberg, Claudia, “Das Haus Für Einen Tisch” Architektur & Wohnen, February–March 2007, pp. 93–100.
  • Coleman, Brian D., “Inspired By Contest: East Hampton,” Old-House Interiors, November 2006, pp. 68–74.
  • Lind, Diana, Designing the Hamptons: Portraits of Interiors, New York: Edizioni Press, July 2006, pp. 227–245.
  • Bernstein, Fred A., “Modern to the Max,” Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, June 1–15, 2006, pp. 104–111.
  • Lange, Alexandra, “All Clear,” New York Magazine, May 29, 2006, pp. 46–49. (link to article)
  • Sokol, David, “Piece by Piece: Deconstructing Michael Haverland,” Elements of Living, October 2005, pp. 39–42.
  • Weathersby, William, Jr., “Timothy Dwight Elementary School,” Architectural Record: Review, October 2005, pp. 20–25.
  • D. L., “Kitchen & Bath Portfolio: Creating a New Modern Vocabulary for the Intimate Spaces of an East Hampton Residence,” Architectural Record, July 2005, p. 226.
  • Nayar, Jean, “Street Smart,” Contract, July 2005, pp. 64–67.
  • Rogers, Teri Karush, “A Wall to Enlighten, Not Obstruct,” The New York Times, July 6, 2005, p. C8. (link to article)
  • Barreneche, Raul A., “The House That Homework Built,” The New York Times, August 5, 2004, pp. F1, F6. (link to article)
  • Weathersby, William, Jr., “Timothy Dwight Elementary School,” Architectural Record, February 2002, pp. 104–107.
  • "Architecture Award: Addition to the Timothy Dwight Elementary School," Oculus, December 2001, p. 18.
  • Iovine, Julie V., “The Go-Getter's Guide to Better Nesting,” The New York Times, September, November 2, 2000, pp. F1, F10. (link to article)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Finn, Robin (2009-01-28). "From Monstrosity to Teardown". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  2. ^ a b Hart, Sara (2009-09-23). "Eavesdrop NY 15". The Architect's Newspaper Blog. Archived from the original on 2010-01-18. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  3. ^ a b Green, Penelope (2008-08-20). "Architect Spices Up the Look of New York's Democratic Convention Delegation". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  4. ^ a b Green, Penelope (2008-01-24). "Starting Over, and Over, and Over". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  5. ^ a b Rogers, Teri Karush (2005-07-06). "A Wall to Enlighten, Not Obstruct". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  6. ^ a b Barreneche, Raul A. (2004-08-05). "The House That Homework Built". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  7. ^ a b Iovine, Julie V. (2000-11-02). "The Go-Getter's Guide to Better Nesting". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  8. ^ a b "House of Contrasts, Opacity and Transparency Intersect in East Hampton". Architectural Digest. 2009-01-08. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  9. ^ a b Weathersby, William, Jr., “Timothy Dwight Elementary School,” Architectural Record, February 2002, pp. 104-107.
  10. ^ a b D. L., “Kitchen & Bath Portfolio: Creating a New Modern Vocabulary for the Intimate Spaces of an East Hampton Residence,” Architectural Record, July 2005, p. 226.
  11. ^ a b Weathersby, William, Jr., “Timothy Dwight Elementary School,” Architectural Record: Review, October 2005, pp. 20-25.
  12. ^ a b Goodman, Wendy (2009-04-05). "A West Village Penthouse Duplex Listed at $19.5 Million". New York Magazine. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  13. ^ a b Lange, Alexandra (2006-05-21). "All Clear; Once a toolshed, now a light-filled, glass roofed greenhouse that's become this West Village house's favorite space". New York Magazine. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  14. ^ Prinzing, Debra, “Light Fantastic,” Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways: Big Ideas for Small Backyard Destinations, New York: Clarkson Potter, April 2008, pp. 196-203.
  15. ^ Lind, Diana, Designing the Hamptons: Portraits of Interiors, New York: Edizioni Press, July 2006, pp. 227-245.
  16. ^ Greene, Baylis (2012-08-02). "Open But Enclosed, For All Seasons". The East Hampton Star. Retrieved 2010-08-13. 
  17. ^ Steinberg, Claudia, “Das Haus Für Einen Tisch” Architektur & Wohnen, February–March 2007, pp. 93-100.
  18. ^ Coleman, Brian D., “Inspired By Contest: East Hampton,” Old-House Interiors, November 2006, pp. 68-74.
  19. ^ Bernstein, Fred A., “Modern to the Max,” Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, June 1–15, 2006, pp. 104-111.
  20. ^ Sokol, David, “Piece by Piece: Deconstructing Michael Haverland,” Elements of Living, October 2005, pp. 39-42.
  21. ^ Margolies, Jane (2010-09-01). "All the World's a Stage". Interior Design. Archived from the original on 2011-12-23. Retrieved 2012-08-13. 
  22. ^ Nayar, Jean, “Street Smart,” Contract, July 2005, pp. 64-67.
  23. ^ Sokol, David. "Robert Marc Headquarters". Architectural Record. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  24. ^ Aurichio, Andrea. "Say Goodbye To Dragon Head, Say Hello To Calvin's New Beach House". Hamptons.com. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  25. ^ O'Reilly, Brendan (2009-05-26). "Dragon's Head meeting wrecking ball". The East Hampton Press. 27east. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  26. ^ “His Home Was (Once) His Castle,” Newsday, May 21, 2009.
  27. ^ Algar, Selim (2009-05-22). "Wipe the slate Klein; Calvin recycles Hamptons Manse". New York Post. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  28. ^ Aurichio, Andrea. "Dragon Head Is Approved For Demolition Marking End To Era Of Excess; Enter Klein's Minimalism". Hamptons.com. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  29. ^ O'Reilly, Brendan (2009-02-11). "ARB green lights razing former Dragon's Head". The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press. 27east. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  30. ^ Spanburgh, Sally (2008-12-29). "Calvin's New House". Southampton Village Review blog. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  31. ^ Algar, Selim (2008-12-19). "Doom To Castle Calvin; Klein designs Hamptond demolition". New York Post. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  32. ^ O'Reilly, Brendan (2008-12-16). "Calvin Klein plans to tear down controversial house". The Southampton Press. 27east. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 

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