Slade Architecture

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Slade Architecture is a New York City based architecture and design firm founded in 2002 by Hayes and James Slade.[1] The firm has completed a diverse range of domestic and international projects. Their work has been exhibited and published widely.[2] The Architectural League of New York selected Slade Architecture for the 2010 Emerging Voices Lecture Series held in the New Museum. Slade Architecture has been selected by the New York City Department of Design & Construction to participate in their Excellence in Design and Construction Program in 2004, 2006, 2009, and 2016.[3]

Among Slade Architecture's awards are a national AIA Small Projects Award, several SARA National Design Awards, multiple AIA NY Merit Awards, multiple Best of Year awards from Interior Design Magazine, Association of Retail Environments Store of the Year Award, Chain Store Age Best in Show Award, Fast Company Masters of Design issue, Contract Magazine Best of the Year Award in Retail and Businessweek/Architectural Record Design Excellence Award.

Slade's work has been shown at the Venice Biennale and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.[4][5] The firm's work has been published in Architectural Record Metropolis Magazine and Interior Design Magazine.[6] Slade has completed Architectural and Interior Design projects and installations in the US, China and South Korea.

Principal Background[edit]

Hayes Slade, AIA[edit]

Hayes Slade is a co-founder of Slade Architecture and 2018 President Elect of the NY Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. She has Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees from Cornell University as well as an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. She has lectured widely and taught design at Parsons the New School for Design as well as Syracuse University School of Architecture.

Hayes has been recognized with a variety of honors including the Architectural League of New York Emerging Voices. Prior, Hayes worked in London and New York at Arup, Boston Consulting Group and SOM.

James Slade, FAIA, LEED AP[edit]

James has a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University where he was awarded an Honor Award for Excellence in Design upon graduation.[3] James was recognized by the Architectural League of New York's Young Architects Forum in 2000 and served as a juror for the program the following year. James was selected as a finalist in the 2003 MoMA /PS1 Young Architects Program. In 2010 he was selected for the Architecture League of NY's Emerging Voices program. James is a licensed architect in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Wyoming as well as a LEED-AP, NCARB and IIDA.

He has served on the Awards Committee for the 2013 and 2014 AIA New York Chapter Awards. He has served as a juror on Ohio and Iowa Chapter AIA Awards as well as the Electrolux Design Lab competition.

In addition to his work at Slade Architecture, James has taught design studios at Parsons The New School for Design, Syracuse University, Barnard College at Columbia University, Pratt Institute, Florida International University, and Philadelphia University.

Before Slade Architecture, James was a founding partner of Cho Slade Architecture.

Select Projects[edit]

Exhibitions[edit]

  • “Olana Summer House Exhibition” [20] , Center for Architecture, April 2017, New York, NY (2017)
  • “Olana Summer House Exhibition” [21] , Olana State Historic Site, Fall 2016, Hudson, NY (2016)
  • “Bauhaus Museum Dessau.” [22] Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, Dessau Germany (2015)
  • Guggenheim Helsinki Now. [23] ” Kunsthalle Helsinki, Finland (2015)
  • Grohe Showroom. New York, NY (2014)
  • “Hip Hop Design.” 2014 AIA Convention, Chicago, IL (2013)
  • DIFFA Dining by Design. New York, NY (2013)
  • “FOR_PLAY.” Syracuse University. January 31, 2012 - March 23, 2012. Syracuse, NY (2012)
  • “Blueprint Cinema.” London Design Festival. September 20, 2012. London, UK (2012)
  • “Design By NY, 2012 AIA Subway Show.” AIA New York. October 2012. New York, NY (2012)
  • DIFFA [24] Dining by Design. New York, NY (2012)
  • “Buildings = Energy.” Center for Architecture Foundation (2011)
  • DIFFA [25] Dining by Design. New York, NY (2011)
  • Interior Design Magazine [26] Idea Lab. Interface Flor (2009)
  • Young Americans-New Architecture in the US, Deutsch Architecture Museum (2007)
  • A New Pleasure, AIA San Francisco (2006)
  • “OPEN: New Designs for Public Space [27] .” Chicago Architecture Foundation (2006)
  • “OPEN: New Designs for Public Space [28] .” National Building Museum, Washington, DC (2005)
  • Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition, Venice, Italy, Fall 2004 (2004)
  • “Hyperlink Tower” Milan Furniture Fair, Milan, Italy, April 2004 (2004)
  • Barnard College [29] , New York, NY (2004)
  • Miami Biennale Exhibition [30] . Nam June Paik Museum Competition Entry
  • “OPEN: New Designs for Public Space [31] .” Van Alen Institute (2003)
  • Florida International University [32] (2003)
  • “Second Nature.” Young Architect's Award. Architectural League of New York. Urban Center, New York, NY (2002)

Awards[edit]

  • American Institute of Architects Los Angeles Restaurant Design Awards: Popular Choice, Lounge/Nightclub, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX, (2018)
  • American Institute of Architects Los Angeles Restaurant Design Awards: Winner, Lounge/Nightclub, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX, (2018)
  • Retail Design Institute [33] Awards: Winner, Innovative Concept, Flight Club LA [34] (2018)
  • Retail Design Institute [35] Awards: Winner, Soft Line Goods (Flight Club LA) [36] (2018)
  • Top 50 American Interior Architecture Firms, Architect Newspaper [37] (2018)
  • Society of American Registered Architects National Design Award of Merit [38], Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at Newark (2017)
  • Interior Design Magazine [39], Best of Year, Environmental Branding, Smile Direct Club [40] Flagship, NYC (2017)
  • New York City DDC [41] Design Excellence Program (2016-current)
  • Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Awards. Winner, Hospitality Project of the Year, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX (2016)
  • Interior Design Magazine [42] Best of Year. Award of Merit, Shining Moment, Flight Club [43] expansion (2016)
  • Innovation by Design Awards [44] , Fast Company, Laying the Groundwork (2016)
  • Society of American Registered Architects [45] . National Design Award of Merit, Interiors, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at JFK (2016)
  • American Institute of Architects New York State Design Awards. Citation for Design, Interiors, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX (2015)
  • American Institute of Architects New Jersey State Design Awards. Award of Merit, Interiors, Virgin Atlanticc Clubhouse at Newark (2015)
  • Interior Design Magazine MakeIt Work Awards. Winner, Reception Area, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX (2015)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year. Award of Merit, Bar/Lounge, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at LAX (2015)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year. Award of Merit, Kitchen & Bath, Sullivan Street Duplex (2014)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year. Award of Merit, Outdoor, Staten Island Zoo Carousel (2014)
  • American Institute of Architects New York Design Awards. Award of Merit, Interiors, Virgin Atlanticc Clubhouse at JFK (2013) I Fly First Class. Best Airline Lounges of 2013, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at JFK (2013)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [46] . Winner, Lounge/Bar, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at iiJFK (2012) P
  • 2012 FX International Design Awards [47]. Winner, Leisure or Entertainment Venue, Virgin Atlanticc Clubhouse at JFK, (2012)
  • American Institute of Architects New York Design Awards. Award of Merit, Interiors, Barbie Shanghai (2012)
  • 2012 MetalMag Architectural Awards. Winner, Interior, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at JFK (2012)
  • London International Creative Competition [48] . Winner, Interior Design, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at JFK (2012)
  • London International Creative Competition [49] . Winner, Interior Design, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [50] . Winner, Kitchen and Bath, E. 67th Street Bathroom (2011)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [51] . Award of Merit, Retail: Other, Flight Club (2011)
  • 2011 Building Brooklyn Awards. [52] Winner, Adaptive Reuse, 184 Kent Ave (2011)
  • Electrolux Icon: Tomorrow's Modern Kitchen Design Competition. 2nd Place (2011)
  • Association for Retail Environments [53] . Outstanding Merit, Softline Specialty Store Up to 3,000sf (2011)
  • American Institute of Architects 2010 Small Project Awards. Award of Merit, Pup Tent (2011)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [54] . Award of Merit, Public Space, 184 Kent Ave (2011)
  • Association for Retail Environments [55] . Winner, Store of the Year, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Association for Retail Environments [56] . Winner, Specialty Store over 25,000sf, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Association for Retail Environments [57] . Winner, Store Fixture Awards, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Retail Design Institute Store Design Awards [58] . Winner, Innovative Concept, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Retail Design Institute Store Design Awards [59] . Winner, Specialty Store over 10,000sf, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Chain Store Age Awards [60] . Winner, Store of the Year, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Chain Store Age Awards [61] . Winner, Attraction Retailing, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • Chain Store Age Awards [62] . Winner, Cashwrap and Fitting Room, Barbie Shanghai (2011)
  • New York City Public Design Commission [63] . Award for Excellence in Design, Help 1 Residence, (2010)
  • International Store Design Competition. Winner, Large Format Specialty Store, Barbie Shanghai (2010)
  • International Store Design Competition. Winner, Innovative Concept, Barbie Shanghai i (2010)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [64] . Winner, Retail: Other, Barbie Shanghai i (2010)
  • Event Design Awards. Gold Prize, Best Retail Environment, Barbie Shanghai i (2010)
  • Contract Magazine Interior Awards. Winner, Retail, Barbie Shanghai (2010)
  • Retail Interiors Awards. Best International Retail Interior, Barbie Shanghai(2010)
  • Fast Company. Master of Design Issue, Barbie Shanghai (2010)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [65] . Winner, Residential Urban House, Kenig Residence (2008)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [66] . Award of Merit, Public Space, Avalon Bowery Place (2008)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [67] . Award of Merit, Commercial: Small Office, Lever House (2007)
  • American Institute of Architects New York Design Award. Award of Merit, Interior, Miami Residence (2006)
  • Interior Design Magazine Best of Year [68] . Award of Merit, Residential: Apartment / Condo (Miami Residence)
  • New York City Housing Authority Term Contract Awarded [69] (2006)
  • New York City DDC Design Excellence Program [70] : 1 of 24 Firms Prequalified by the NYC DDC (2006)
  • Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence. ACEC New York [71] , 2000’ Television Transmission Tower (2005)
  • American Institute of Architects New York Design Award. Award of Merit, Architecture, Dalki Theme Park and Shop (2004)
  • New York City DDC Design Excellence Program [72] : 1 of 24 firms prequalified by the NYC DDC (2003)
  • Progressive Architecture (P/A) Awards, Dalki Theme Park and Shop (2003)
  • Young Architect's Award. Architectural League of New York. New York, NY (2000)
  • Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award, Von Erlach Residence (199)
  • Project for the West Side of Manhattan. International Making Cities Livable Conference. Exhibition Award Recipient Carmel, CA. March 1998 (1998)

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