ESKW/A: Innovative Architecture Firm in NYC
About the company
Edelman Sultan Knox Wood Architects LLP (ESKW/A) is a well-established architecture practice based in New York City. With a rich history of successful projects in institutional, residential, and commercial sectors, we are dedicated to achieving design excellence by addressing the specific concerns of our clients. Our strong commitment to urban issues and community needs allows us to provide appropriate solutions to a wide range of design challenges.
At ESKW/A, we offer a comprehensive range of in-house services including architectural design, historic preservation, rehabilitation, interior design, landscape design, and feasibility analysis. Our diverse clientele includes not-for-profit organizations, institutions, government agencies, commercial enterprises, and private individuals. We have worked on various project types such as multi-family housing, supportive housing, housing for the elderly, health clinics, community facilities, day care centers, restaurants, and private residences. Our solutions are known for their innovative, elegant, and cost-effective nature.
Our effective working method emphasizes close and continuous client interaction, ensuring high-quality outcomes. Each project is led by one of our partners who maintain direct communication with the client and take responsibility for overseeing the entire project, from programming to construction. They work alongside a project manager who handles coordination, drawing production, and team management. Additional staff, including partners and associates, join the team as required. This collaborative approach enables us to provide consistent attention to detail, resulting in refined and meticulously considered projects of the utmost quality.
ESKW/A is dedicated to delivering exceptional architectural solutions that not only meet our clients' needs but also contribute to the betterment of our urban environment. With our wealth of experience and commitment to community-oriented design, we strive to create spaces that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.