Alan Wanzenberg Architect
For over four decades, Alan Wanzenberg has practiced an interdisciplinary craft of architecture and design. Beginning with work undertaken in partnership with the late Jed Johnson, Alan established a reputation for creating residential environments characterized by rigorous design, fastidious detailing and a respectful injection of modern sensibility into objects from the past. Working frequently with artists and collectors, Alan creates a unique blending of art and furniture that is often informed by his deep appreciation for the Arts & Crafts and other analogous movements. When possible, he opts to reinvigorate and repurpose historic or vernacular structures in a thorough and unpretentious way. As evidence of the broader appeal of his refined sensibility, Alan has recently worked on several major development projects in New York City including Chelsea Enclave and 455 West 20th Street for the Brodsky Organization, 150 Charles and 10 Madison Square West for the Witkoff Group, as well as prior projects for both the Zeckendorf Organization and Whitehall Partners.
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