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For the Sake of Art: Risk and Reward at 2,000 Degrees

Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music

Frick Collection Will Revise Renovation to Preserve Garden

The Gilded Age Glows Again at the Park Avenue Armory's Veteran's Room

Annabelle Selldorf's Latest Design for Steinway & Sons

Festival of Lights: 5 Radiant Synagogues

34 Top Landscape Architecture Projects Win 2015 ASLA Professional Awards

Let There Be Good Light: Levien & Company’s Lincoln Square Synagogue Project Receives Design Award from Architectural Lighting

The Met Considers Naming Rights, and Other Ways Forward

In Englewood, a new high-tech center of learning debuts

Lincoln Square Synagogue Wins 2015 AL Design Award

Military Park Wins 2015 New Jersey Future Smart Growth Award

Levien & Company's Allison Zampetti to teach at NYU

Jazz at Lincoln Center to Redesign Rose Hall Atrium

Allison Zampetti of Levien & Co. to Teach Course for NYU's Schack Institute of Real Estate

Alex Poots to be Culture Shed's Artistic Director

30 Under 30 of NYC's Rising Real Estate Stars

Christie's Latest Bid

Changing Keys, Steinway Piano Store Will Relocate in Midtown

Slaper of Levien: A unified team leads to a smoother project

Miliatry Park: A Catalyst for Newark's Renaissance

After $3M Facelift, Newark's Military Park is the Center of Splendor

Studio Visit with Levien & Company

The Center for Active Design Announces Annual Excellence Awards

Optimizing Light and Space in the Big City

Why the Flea Chose Not to Flee

Ornate Peek at a Refreshed Gilded Age

Kenneth Levien & Kimberly Dowdell of Levien & Company, Inc.

The Artist's Force Field, Frozen in Time

Construction Under Way for Newark's New Military Park

Jerry Saltz and Justin Davidson on the Restoration of Donald Judd's Loft

SoHo Time Capsule: With a light touch, a New York firm restores the base of minimalist master Donald Judd

Work Set to Start on S.I. Senior Center After 20 Years

At Last, a New Lincoln Square Synagogue

Lincoln Square Synagogue, Manhattan's first new temple in 50 years, opens its doors

Designing a Synagogue for a Gay Congregation, with Acoustics in Mind

Lincoln Square's New Schul Looks Nothing Especially Synagogue-like

Long Dock Beacon - Views of the Water

For $57 Million N.Y. City Center Restores Aladdin Lair: Review

With Bloomberg Leading the Band, City Center Reopens

Countdown at City Center, as Reopening Approaches

Fixer-Upper With Unique Challenge

Museum of the Moving Image

With More Than Concerts, Carnegie Widens Its Playing Field

Designed to Evoke the Future of Filmmaking

Immersed in Images and an Age of Blurred Boundaries

Carnegie Hall: Studio Towers Renovation Project

Sephardic Community Center: BKSK Makes Good Connections in South Brooklyn

John Gallin & Son and Levien's Rockefeller Brothers Office Project Receives LEED Platinum

Park Avenue Armory - A Stage as Big as All Outdoors but Without Rain

Union Square Booming Despite Soft Economy

Interview with Ken Levien

Square Feet / The 30-Minute Interview

Redevelopment Team Bringing Tenement Museum up to Date

City Center to Begin $75 Million Renovation

7 Questions for Kenneth Levien

Moving to a Sustainable Future

Denise Ferris - A Person Who Knows Her Field and is Extraordinary at What She Does

New Blood - The adaptive reuse of an abandoned warehouse reinvigorates a transfusion center

Q&A with Kenneth Levien

Inside an Office, Reflections of a City

Building on Diplomacy

Museum of Moving Image Gets Major Facelift

Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

Building It Right

A Store's Toast to Park Avenue

Choosing Green: Private Schools Across Region Make Sustainable Design Moves

Easy on the Earth

What Would Teachers Do If They Had The Chance?

School Bells Ring In Changes

Outside the Box

Restoring the Luster to Sacred Sites

Restoring Faith

Staff Gap Pumps Up Expenses

Village Care of N.Y. Hires Levien & Co.