News & Publications

July 2004

Françoise Bollack Architects and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Services Center received the Municipal Art Society's 2004 Neighborhood Catalyst MASterwork Award at the 111th MAS Annual Meeting held in the Brooklyn Museum on June 29

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May 1, 2004

Stately Restoration: New York State Capitol Assembly Chamber Floor by Françoise Bollack Architects

article by Kristen Richards at

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May 2004

Substitute Materials- Faux or No?

Françoise Bollack interview published in District Lines the newsletter of the Historic Districts Council.

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February 2004

Chesterwood Barn Gallery & Museum Shop published in the monthly Architectural Building Type Studies: Adaptive Reuse.

"This project design takes cues from its illustrious previous additions"

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January 2004

Françoise Bollack Architects' work in the N.Y.S. Capitol is reviewed in France-Amerique #1651

"Portraits Françoise Bollack, Choisie pour la Rehabilitation du Capitole de l'Etat de New York: Une Architecte Engagee". Article by Catya Martin

November 2003

A feature article by Fred Bernstein Genre Magazine entitled "Return to Center - How Françoise Bollack restored the HQ for LGBTs in NYC" reviews the renovation of the LGBT Center in New York City by Francoise Bollack Architects.

"Bollack's magic trick was to create an entirely new Center in the shell of an 1844 schoolhouse - yet appear to have left the place exactly as she found it...."

November 2003

New York State Assembly handicap accessibility design is featured in the November 2003 print and web issue of Able The Newspaper Positively For, By & About The Disabled.

"Access in Albany N.Y. - State Assembly Makes Renovations"

November 2003

"Capitol Improvements" the work of Françoise Bollack Architects in the NYS Capitol is featured in the Berkshire Home Style October 2003 issue.

"That FBA was able to embrace the whole panoply of problems and derive creative, effective solutions that enhance both the beauty and the serviceability of the building is a tribute to their flexibility and imagination. Solutions to problems that are elegant - in both the esthetic sense - and seamlessly compatible with the existing design and structure may seem obvious once they have been achieved, but it is in that appearance of simplicity and innate "rightness" that the greatest skill is demonstrated." Article by Ned Depew.

August 2003

Contract Design News: "Françoise Bollack Architects wins an Award of Merit"

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July 2003

Designing The High Line - Ideas For Reclaiming 1.5 Miles Of Manhattan

Françoise Bollack Architects entered the Designing the High Line Ideas Competition. The presentation boards are currently included in the competition web site

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