Published: Monday, October 01, 2007
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"Our task as the architects was to develop a strategic solution to meet the present needs of Acumen without compromising Google's future ability to occupy the space with a minimum of renovation." Says Atema Architecture, on it's design for Acumen Fund.
By: Atema Architecture
View from reception into the main gallery corridor.
- Project Name: Acumen Fund
- Client: Acumen Fund
- Project Type: Commercial
- Principal Designer/s: Atema Architecture
- Design Team: Ate Atema, Amy Campos, Ryan Bemberg, Kasia Ehrhardt, Nina Gotlieb
- Contractor/s: Lehr Construction, Associated Fabrication, Dave Melchior Cabinetry, Product & Design
- Date of commencement of project: September 25, 2006
- Date of completion of project: December 15, 2006
- Location of site: New York, NY
- Site Area: 4300 sq ft
- Built-up Area: 4300 sq ft
- Cost of Construction/Execution: $950,000
Custom furniture and ceiling canopy in reception area.
Words from the designer
About Acumen Fund
Acumen Fund is a non-profit organization that builds financially sustainable organizations that elevate the lives of poor around the world; primarily through entrepreneurial approaches.
Google, a major investor, donated 4,300 sq. ft. of office space to Acumen to house their headquarters for three years.
Our task as the architects was to develop a strategic solution to meet the present needs of Acumen without compromising Google's future ability to occupy the space with a minimum of renovation.
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