2008-2009 News Articles
Now in Glass and Metal The condo boom hits Bed-Stuy, by Zach Mortice
Meltzer/Mandl’s condos in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, appropriate the local neighborhood’s scale while using a set of materials that is all their own. Its street-front façade is articulated with subtle glass cantilevers in a way that provides street wall relief.
Designing between a rock and hard place in the Bronx, by John Majeski
Building lots marked by a 25-foot-high rock formation aren’t thought of as ideal spaces. But the Meltzer/Mandl architectural firm has come up with what company president Marvin H. Meltzer, AIA calls a “very intriguing solution”.
Luxury housing, even in New York City, can be designed & completed within a realistic construction budget, says Marvin Meltzer, by Keat Foong
"More expensive" does not equal "better design," says Marvin Meltzer, principal of Meltzer/Mandl Architects, P.C. “You do not need expensive materials to make the project look great. It doesn’t reflect on me as an architect."
Reforming a business to cope with crisis, by Joyce Hanson
For years, business simply rolled along at Manhattan-based Meltzer/Mandl Architects, PC. David Mandl focused on managing day-to-day operations, and Marvin Meltzer brought customers in the door. Then, in 2006, Mr. Mandl was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and Mr. Meltzer realized that he had a big problem on his hands.