News & Publications
May 7, 2014
Old Buildings, New Forms
Praise for the book, "Old Buildings, New Forms" by Francoise Bollack:
October 27, 2010
Desiretoinspire.net Features an Apartment Renovation And Restoration By Francoise Bollack Architects.
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May 18, 2010
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March 10, 2010
Françoise Bollack interviewed by Susan Kathryn Hefti, the author of The Preservation Diaries in the Clyde Fitch Report.
The article entitled "The Malling of Gotham" discusses the influence of national brands' generic store designs on New York City's urban environment.
December 3, 2009
Habitat Magazine Features Art Deco Lobby Renovation And Restoration By Francoise Bollack Architects In Oct. 21, 2009 Issue.
Art Deco Lobby Renovation and Restoration by Francoise Bollack Architects Featured in November Issue of Manhattan Times
Françoise Bollack grant announced in the Newsletter of Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
Françoise Bollack, who has taught in HP Studio I and Studio II for over 14 years, has received a Graham Foundation grant to support a research project. This independent research project will look at architectural works built in the past 10 years that incorporate old buildings into new "assemblages" and represent new directions. Old Buildings - New Forms will examine such architectural projects not as mere hybrids, but as provocative works of modern architecture made possible by contemporary ideas of sustainability and by 20th century artistic developments, such as Conceptual Art. Additionally the project will take into account the development of new attitudes towards buildings as transmitters of cultural and architectural meaning. Congratulations!
Graham Foundation For Advanced Studies In The Fine Arts
awards a Research And Development Grant to Françoise Bollack for her independent study project "Old buildings - New Forms"
Breathe Deeply - Why Old Buildings Are Green
Lectures by Françoise Bollack entitled "BREATHE DEEPLY - WHY OLD BUILDINGS ARE GREEN" given as part of a symposium organized by Landmark West! The Committee to Preserve the Upper West Side, to understand the relationship between sustainability and historic buildings
Bunshaft House Threatened
Article written by Françoise Bollack, published in DoCoMoMo, National News, summer 2005