Friday, February 15, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to a very special Friday rolling bonus post from the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  The blog where we take a bold look into all different projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  Sometimes we update you on projects that are still on its way to being completed and that is what we will cover today!




A month ago we took at look at a building located at 86 Delancey Street in Manhattan.  If you haven't seen that post check it out and you will see with this post how far it has come along.  When completed this will be a very exclusive residential building with resplendent views of the Williamsburg Bridge and Brooklyn.  This building is one of many things being redone for the new Delancey Street Redevelopment.






SWA Architecture is responsible for the architecture, expediting and design for this ground up multi use building.  Last time we mentioned this but it is worth repeating, one of our head Architects, Sergio Ali, really undersea ever facet of this project.  Without him, it simply would not be going as well or be as beautiful as it is.  Also, this is a repeat project for this client, our eighth project to date!





That's it for the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  Stay tuned next week for some great projects coming your way.  We hope you enjoyed this week as much as we did.  Give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the beautiful projects we have been a part of.



Monday, February 11, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  If this is your first time to this blog here is a brief rundown of what we like to do.  We take a look at various different projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  Last week we took two different projects, Empire Gyro and Petits Poussins Too.  Empire Gyro is an eatery soon to be opened and Petits Poussins Too is a day care center.  We really do cover it all.



This week we are showing the newly opened 1 story commercial space located at 214 Berry Street.  In the heart of Williamsburg, this project has one of the more imaginative exteriors you will see around.  We not only attached an exterior photograph of this spot but also attached a rendering and drawings; taking you behind the curtain.


This client was referred to us by another client that we have a long standing relationship with.  We love this because it illustrates how we do most of our business, through referral.  It is a true sign to us that our work is appreciated and we can't wait to get more referrals for more projects.



That's it for this weeks SWA Architecture weekly blog.  Stay tuned for a bonus post coming your way with a look at one of our favorite projects we work on.  Don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the wonderful projects we have worked on.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  This is a special bonus post from the SWA Architecture blog where we take a look at all the interesting and unique projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  Earlier this week we took a look at the soon to be open Empire Gyro.  This week we look ate the daycare center Petits Poussins Too for our bonus post.






Located at 2235 Frederick Douglas Blvd., Petits Poussins Too is a bilingual daycare/pre-school that welcomes students three-months to five years old.  They provide bilingual classes that are inspired by the French national curriculum as well as New York standards.  A very unique approach that will surely pay dividends for the kids.




The photos illustrate that we are overseeing an expansion to this wonderful daycare center.  Previously, we were the architects, interior designers, expediters and health department liaisons for the entire space.  That was the first time we worked with this client.  The daycare has done so well that we got the call for an expansion of this space.  Again we were the architects, interior designers, expediters and health department liaisons for the expansion.  Nothing makes us feel better when a client calls us for another project.  A nice way to know we have done a good job.




Well that's it for this week's special bonus post from SWA Architecture.  We hope you enjoyed this week's posts as much as we enjoyed sharing them with you.  Don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the wonderful projects we have done

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to an all new fresh SWA Architecture blog coming your way.  For all you first timers to this blog we like to cover the fantastic projects that SWA Architecture has worked on.  We give you a little insight into what SWA Architecture was responsible for and show you what the project actually is.  This week is no different as we explore the soon to be open eatery, Empire Gyro.




This new fast food Mediterranean spot, which takes over this space previously occupied by Sugar Cafe, is located at 200 Allen Street in Manhattan.  This will be a 24-hour eatery featuring items such as soups, salads, kebabs and shawarma.  Certainly a great place to go after a night out with friends.  This 500 - square foot space will be ready for your eating needs very shortly.  We will inform you when it does.





SWA Architecture is responsible for the architecture and expediting for the enclosed sidewalk cafe you can see in these beautiful photos.  SWA Architecture has done over 1,000 sidewalk cafes.  That is not a typo, we have done over 1,000 cafes making as easily the most trusted architects in New York City when it comes to sidewalk cafes.  We are very proud of the work we have done.



That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  Stay tuned for a bonus post coming your way later this week and don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the beautiful projects we have worked on!

Friday, February 1, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to a very special bonus post from the SWA Architecture.  This is a weekly blog that covers all the interesting and unique projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This bonus post is going to give us an update on one of our most anticipated projects of 2019.





I am of course speaking of the grandiose McDonalds located in Times Square.  This will be located in the heart of Times Square at 1530 Broadway.  We last wrote about this special Mcdonalds about a month ago right before the new year.  As you can tell by the photos here, this project has come along but still has ways to go.  Also, if you go to Times Square now you can see a beautiful facade rendition of what the McDonalds will be.  Unlike anything we have ever seen.




SWA Architecture is responsible for expediting this very complex project.  This is a multilevel McDonalds in a very high traffic area.  The pictures, like the last post, show the cellar, kitchen, first floor, second floor and mezzanine.  Fun little tidbit, SWA was also involved in the Toys 'R Us space which existed in this space previously.  This McDonalds project is one of over 800 McDonalds projects SWA has somehow been a part of.  They are by a far margin our biggest client and we are happy to work with them.




That's it for this special SWA Architecture bonus post.  We love to give you updates on our projects so you can get a clear look at the progression of these special projects.  We hope you have a good weekend and follow us on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the beautiful projects we have worked on.