Gluckman Mayner Architects offers full architecture and interior design services and works with a range of clients, including art institutions, developers, colleges and universities, resorts, fashion designers, houses of worship, and individuals around the world. Richard Gluckman has maintained an architectural practice in New York City since 1977 and established Gluckman Mayner Architects in 1998. Notable residential work includes the Green residence in Austin, Texas; Sonoma residence in Sonoma, Calif., and the Matchbox House in Orient, New York.
Approach to Residential Design
Gluckman Mayner Architects' houses and interiors are known for their elegant efficiency, achieved through the firm’s close attention to scale, light and the spatial experience. Through rigorous detailing and a masterful use of materials, Gluckman Mayner Architects creates timeless, luxurious and well-made spaces that enhance the everyday lives of their users.
The firm's work is distinguished by its clarity, efficiency and integrity. Our projects range from careful interventions within historic buildings to ground-up structures of different types and scales. In each case, our architecture seeks to advance the aspirations of the client and to elevate the experience of the user.
A history of collaboration with artists and curators informs the firm's work. Through the design of art-related facilities, they've recognized the importance of proportion, scale structure and materiality, and have developed a collaborative approach that is applied to each of their projects.
Year founded: 1977
Number of employees: 30
Services: Architecture, Interior Design