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Peter Pennoyer Architects
Architect / Designer

PETER PENNOYER ARCHITECTS is an award-winning Manhattan and Miami-based practice in modern traditional architecture known for deftly fusing history and creative invention into timeless contemporary designs. Founded in 1990, the firm–led by Peter Pennoyer and principals Thomas Nugent, Jennifer Gerakaris, Gregory Gilmartin and Timothy Kelly–is recognized as a leader in new construction, renovation, and historic preservation for residential, commercial, and institutional commissions across the United States and abroad.

Peter Pennoyer Architects’ body of work includes over 200 built projects ranging from renovations of significant landmarked structures to newly built condominium towers. In New York City, the firm has been the architect of over 40 projects requiring approval by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, earning them a well-established reputation with preservation authorities, local landmark advocacy groups, and community boards, both in and outside the city.

Recent projects include a 17-story condominium tower in Manhattan influenced by the pre-war architecture of Delano & Aldrich and Rosario Candela; the Art Deco clock in the new Moynihan Train Hall; The Benson, a new building on Madison Avenue; and various private residences across the country. Their latest book, Rowdy Meadow: House - Land - Art, focuses on the creation of a new estate that draws on both the American Arts & Crafts tradition and Czech Cubism.

The firm is on Architectural Digest’s AD100 list of the world’s best designers and architects, has earned numerous awards, and is regularly published in the media.

136 Madison Ave, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10016
(212) 779-9765

Stair Hall, Peter Pennoyer Architects (Image: Scott Frances)