Friday, July 20, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to a bonus edition of the SWA Architecture Weekly blog post.  Where we take a look at all different projects that SWA Architecture has worked on.  We are continuing our pizza themed week and giving you a beautiful bonus post.  This post we will be focusing on the restaurant Lombardi's.





Lombardi's is located in the heart of Little Italy at 32 Spring Street, Manhattan.  Lombardi's was founded in 1905, making it the first pizzeria in the United States.  To this day Lombardi's still offers its beautiful, smoky-crusted coal oven baked pizza, topped with San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, and basil, keeping locals and visitors alike coming back.





SWA Architecture are the architects, planners and expediters of this beautiful spot.  More specifically, we redesigned the layout and obtained place of assembly permits for the main floor and the rooftop seating.  The rooftop are the pictures below.  So if you have a craving for pizza, Lombardi's should be the your place to go.




That's it for pizza week at the SWA Architecture blog.  Stay tuned next week as we take some more deep dives into some beautiful projects.  Give us a follow on instagram if you haven't already - @swa_architecture

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to another SWA Architecture blog post.  The blog where we take a look at all different projects SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This week we have a themed week.  We're going to look at two different projects with a common theme between them - pizza!



Our first project, Don Pepi Pizza, is located in Port Authority right above Penn Station.  If you are hungry for a quick slice, I highly recommend this spot.  I may of had one or two myself recently. 



SWA Architecture are the architects, interior designers and expediters for this project.  Although it looks like it was just built, this project was done by SWA over twenty years ago.  They're like a fine wine, they get better with age.  This was the first of two locations we did for this client.



That's it for this post.  Stay tuned for another pizza themed spot to come your way.  I don't want to hype our next spot too much, but this is a can't miss dynamite spot.  We are very proud to be a part of the next spot.  Curious? Wait and you shall see.  Also give us a follow on Instagram where you can see all the projects we have posted about - @swa_architecture



Thursday, July 12, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Hope everyone had a safe independence day.  This blog covers all different projects SWA Architecture has worked on.  So if this is your first stop, enjoy the countless posts before this and see the wide array of projects SWA Architecture has collaborated on.




This week we go back to our most famous client, McDonalds.  One of the largest franchises in the world, McDonalds has worked with SWA Architecture for a couple of years now.  SWA are the architects, designers, expediters and consultants for over 800 locations along the Northeast corridor, from Virginia through Buffalo, New York.  SWA has projects in Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts.  We weren't messing around when we said we had over 800 locations.





McDonalds is in the midst of a major renovation program which includes changing their visual brand of the buildings for all 1600 stores across the United States.  You've probably seen some newer looking McDonalds in the past year.  If you haven't, take a look out for it now.




The pictures you see are of locations in New York.  The renderings are of locations in Washington DC and Virginia, providing you a wide range of what we are working on.  We are very proud of our partnership with McDonalds and are hopeful to take on anything they need from us.



That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Stay tuned for a possible bonus post giving you an update on a project that is near completion.  Also, give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture


Friday, June 29, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to another week of the SWA Architecture Weekly blog post.  The blog post where we take an indepth view of projects that SWA Architecture has worked on.  This is what we call a bonus post.  If you haven't seen out first post go check it out!  This post we are looking at a location we have previously taken a deep dive into, the Wall Street Grill, located at 75 Wall Street to give an update.







Last time we looked at this project is was just beginning its construction phase.  This time as you can tell by the photos it is not quite completed but well on its way to become a stunner.  Including a beaeutiful rooftop lounge area to eat all the delicious food.  In the heart of the financial district, this kosher restaurant will be a place you wont want to miss.  





SWA is the architect, designer and expediter for this restaurant.  The owners have many kosher restaurants all over the city so you know this one will be a can’t miss spot.  We will take a look again once it is up and running to show a beautiful evolution chaperoned by SWA. 





That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog bonus post.  Give us a follow on instagram to see all the projects we have worked on - @swa_architecture

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  For all you first timers this is the blog that shows all the wonderful projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This week we make no changes and take a look at the wonderful Coco Pazzo.




Coco Pazzo, located at 160 Prince street, is a hidden gem you don't want to miss.  This is one of Pino Luongo's restaurants.  Luongo has multiple restaurants all over the city and is a very well known italian based american restauranteur.




Fast-casual by day, casual-fine by night, surprising and delectable always.  Coco Pazzo serves up rustic tuscan disches served with a modern twist.  You hungry yet?




SWA is responsible for the architecture and are the planners.  We also did all the expediting for this project.  In addition, since this is a landmark building we had to do even more work to get this bad boy approved.  Lastly, SWA assisted with the interior design.  As you can tell by the pictures, it was a success.  That's it for this week's blog post.  Stay tuned next week for some beautiful projects coming your way.  Also, give us a follow on the gram - @swa_architecture



Thursday, June 21, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  For all you beginners this is the blog where we take at different projects SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This week we take an updated look at what will soon be completed.






As you can tell by the pictures this spot, the Hamilton House, has some time to go.  located at 4 St marks.  We will keep giving you updates as we get closer to completion.







That's it this week from the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Give us a follow on instagram to see all the beautiful projects we have worked on - @swa_architecture