Thomas Gluck is a principal at GLUCK+ in New York City. Named by Fast Company as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in architecture, GLUCK+ has been recognized for their unique approach to Architect Led Design Build: single-source responsibility with architects leading the building process. The practice is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of design together with real-world expertise to craft bold, innovative and conceptually unique architecture. GLUCK+ presented “Thinking Making Making Thinking,” in The Architectural League of New York’s Current Work series. The firm was featured in Architectural Record “The New Master Builders,” The Architect’s Newspaper “Inside Architecture’s One-Stop Shop,” and Architect “Best Practices: Engaging in Architect Led Design Build.”
Notable award-winning projects include the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning, hailed by The New York Times as “one of the city’s best new works of public architecture,” Bridge, a LEED Gold high-rise mixed-use development in Philadelphia which received an AIANY Award of Merit in Sustainability, and Tower House, selected for Architectural Record’s Record Houses in 2013. GLUCK+ also designed and built The Stack, the first prefabricated steel and concrete modular residential development in New York City, which received an AIANY/BSA Housing Honor Award. Recent projects include 145 Central Park North, a new condominium development at the top of New York City’s iconic Central Park and Malt House, the sensitive renovation and expansion of an early twentieth century brewery complex into a new commercial mixed-use development in the heart of Harlem.
Thomas Gluck received a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard College and a Master of Architecture from Yale University. Thomas also serves on the Board of Trustees for Keewaydin Camp.
This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Why Architect-Led Design/Build is Better with Thomas Gluck.
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