February 13, 2019
AIA Tour of The Milton Resnick and Pat Pasloff Foundation
Join the AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee on a tour of The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, recently renovated by Ryall Sheridan Architects.
The Foundation is headquartered in Milton Resnick’s former studio and home in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The bulding went through many iterations, including life as tenement housing, a synagogue, a church, and a warehouse before Resnick took it over as a residence and artist’s studio. The talk will focus on the ambitious restoration to accomodate the Foundation and studio museum, which included the creation of galleries for artists’ work, Foundation offices, and a meticulous preservation of the small studio space Resnick used in his final years.
Wednesday 02/13 at 6.30pm - The Milton Resnick & Pat Pasloff Foundation at 87 Eldridge St.
February 7, 2019
Job title: Architectural Designer
Job location: New York, NY.
Job duration: Permanent position, Mon – Fri, 40 hours per week.
• Coordinate the approval, design and construction of projects of various scales and programs by researching, planning, drafting and designing building projects for clients, applying knowledge of design, construction procedures, zoning and building codes.
• Consult with clients to determine functional and spatial requirements of their projects, and prepare information regarding design, specifications, materials, equipment, estimated costs and construction time.
• Prepare drawings and contract documents for building contracts involving coordination with various consultants including structural engineers, mechanical engineers, landscape architects and others.
• Utilize software such as Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Vectorworks, Sketch-Up, PHPP (Passive House Planning Package) among others, for the production of presentation and construction drawings.
• Coordinate sub-contractors at on-site work during construction to monitor compliance with plans, budget, schedule, zoning and building codes.
• Integrate the most up-to-date Passive House (low energy) details and strategies from the site planning stage through to construction detailing using energy modeling software.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor of Architecture or related or foreign equivalent, plus two years of experience in the job offered.
Two years of working experience in PHPP, Vectorworks, Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Sketch-Up..
Mail resume: Ryall Sheridan Architects LLP, 174 5th Avenue, Suite 300, New York, NY
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