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As we can read on their website PETER PENNOYER ARCHITECTS is an award-winning practice in traditional architecture recognized as a leader in classicism and historic preservation. Based in Manhattan and with an office in Miami, Florida, the firm has built a substantial and varied body of work across the country and abroad for residential, commercial, and institutional commissions often involving historic buildings. For the past twenty-five years, Peter Pennoyer and his partners have grounded the firm’s projects in a forward-looking interpretation of history; they believe that architectural practices in the past leave us potent lessons that are relevant to contemporary architectural challenges.
In 2010, The Vendome Press published a monograph on the firm, Peter Pennoyer Architects: Apartments, Townhouses, Country Houses, which illustrates 20 of the firm’s projects since it was founded in 1991.
Pennoyer is the co-author of three books—The Architecture of Delano & Aldrich, The Architecture of Warren & Wetmore, and The Architecture of Grosvenor Atterbury—and he has written for the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians and the Journal of American History, among other publications.
The most recent one NEW YORK TRANSFORMED The Architecture of Cross & Cross with top markes reviews.
“How wise [Pennoyer and Walker] are to write about this firm; architects of many buildings in and around New York that are admired even though the names of their designers are virtually forgotten.” —ROBERT A.M. STERN, FROM THE FOREWORD
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