DAVID JAY WEINER, ARCHITECT, PC
     

PRACTICE

The firm of David Jay Weiner, Architects, P.C. was founded with a focus on design and planning with the intention of providing quality architectural services that meet the diverse needs of our clients. Since it's founding, the firm has been involved in numerous projects with a variety of clients and building types. Specifically, the firm has developed considerable experience in the areas of residential design, adaptive reuse and small to mid-size commercial projects.

David Jay Weiner, Architects, P.C. is an award winning architectural firm offering a full range of architectural services.

DAVID JAY WEINER

Prior to starting his own firm, David Weiner worked on large commercial and institutional projects in the offices of Arata Isozaki in Tokyo, Japan, which included the design for a new Scientific Conference Center in Osaka, Japan and on the new Walt Disney Employee Center building in Los Angeles. He has also worked on a variety of projects types in the New York offices of James Stewart Polshek and Partners and John Burgee Architects with Philip Johnson.

David Weiner received his Master of Architecture degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Texas at Arlington. Currently engaged in his own practice in New York City, David Weiner has served as a guest critic for architectural studio classes at the University of Texas, Columbia University, The Pratt Institute and at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He has also lectured on modern architecture for the Art Department at New York University. The work of David Weiner has won numerous awards, been featured on television and been exhibited and published in various international periodicals and newsletters.

David Weiner is a licensed architect holding registration in the states of New York and New Jersey.

 

Awards and Distinctions:

Winner of American Institute of Architects New York State
Design Award of Merit, 2007
Weekend House, Rensselaer County, New York

Winner of a 2003 American Architecture Award
from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design for the
Morgan Residence, Austerlitz, New York
One of Twenty-four projects selected as the best new designs in the U. S. A.

Rhinebeck Historical Society 2002 Annual Preservation Award for Sensitive Exterior Restoration of the Slone residence, Rhinebeck, NY - David Weiner, Architect

Selected as one of five architects featured in Architectural Record Magazine's "2002 Unbuilt Houses" web site residential section of unique upcoming architectural projects
Hillside House in Long Island, NY and Pool House in Rensselaer County, NY

Winner of a 2001 American Architecture Award
from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design for the
Hillside House, North Hempstead, New York
One of forty-five projects selected as the best new designs in the U. S. A.

Winner of American Institute of Architects New York Chapter
Project Citation Design Award, 1999
Hillside House, North Hempstead, New York

Progressive Architecture Award Runner-up
[Inter] Net Container Project, 1997
Sponsored by Architecture Magazine

Award for Design Excellence presented by:
The American Society of Architectural Perspectivists
Abaco Beach House Project, 1996
David Weiner, Architect, Rendering by Luis Blanc

 

Exhibitions:

Weekend house in Rensselaer County, NY exhibited as part of the American Institute of Architects New York State Awards program -- Fall 2007

Weekend house in Rensselaer County, NY featured on the Fine Living Channel's Dwell Television program "At Home in the Modern World" -- Spring 2005

Weekend house in Rensselaer County, NY featured as one of twenty-six houses on the Fine Living Channel's Dwell Television Houses series -- Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2006

New American Architecture
The Chicago Athenaeum At Schaumburg, April 2004
An exhibition of architectural firms and their projects from the 2003 American Architecture Awards ñ Austerlitz House

Architectural Record Magazine's 2002 Unbuilt Record Houses
Pool House, Stephentown, NY
Hillside House, Long Island, NY
One of five architects selected

American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter 1999 Awards Exhibition
437 Madison Avenue, NY, NY
Hillside House Project exhibited December 1999

Internet Kiosk Design Drawings featured as part of Ingo Gunther's Refuge
Republic Show at the P3 Gallery for Art and the Environment in Tokyo, Japan
October 4-27, 1996

Perspectives Show
Boston Architectural Center, Boston, MA
Abaco Beach House Project - David Weiner, Architect rendering by Luis Blanc, October 1996

Perspectives Show
New York School of Interior Design; New York, NY
Abaco Beach House Project - David Weiner, Architect rendering by Luis Blanc, Fall 1996 Show

Competition entry for the Scottish Design Centre of Edinburgh
Sponsored by the Architectural Review
Drawings exhibited in Edinburgh, Scotland, June 1995

Competition entry for New Urban Housing, Pittsburgh
Sponsored by the Affordable Housing Society for Pittsburgh
Drawings exhibited in Pittsburgh, PA, May 1993

Competition entry for the Arizona Museum of History
Sponsored by the Arizona Museum Historical Society
Drawings exhibited in Phoenix, AZ, May 1987

 
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