BKSK Architects design 52nd Street Project in NYC

Posted by Theresa Downs on 6/10/10 2:26 PM  |  1 min read time

Vectorworks firm BKSK Architects design not only fantastic projects, but also projects that impact the local community.

TheaterSpace Photography by Vanni Archive

The non-profit 52nd Street Project pairs children from New York City's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood with professional actor volunteers to create original work.

BKSK designed their new home-- a 17,000 square foot headquarters which includes a theater, a clubhouse space, offices, and various mentoring environments. With an unusual degree of flexibility, this design encourages a multi-purpose, informal use of the theater space. It's also on its way to achieving a LEED© Gold certification.

Photography by Vanni Archive Photography by Vanni Archive

Recently highlighted in the New York Times, the 52nd Street  Project is truly making a difference in the community.

To view more pictures of the project, please visit BKSK's  website.

Topics: 52nd Street Project, Architecture, BKSK Architects, Project Highlight

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