Located at the 37-acre Center on Blindness camp in New Hempstead, N.Y., the new Vocational Rehabilitation Center allows newly blind (called “trainees”) to live in a sequestered environment for a few months where, with the support of specialized staff and other adults with vision loss, they’re able to focus on adjusting to blindness and learn independent living and job skills.Read More
GW Featured In Healthcare Design Mag: Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center Expansion Breaks Ground /
The Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center recently broke ground on its new 22,000-square-foot expansion project in Arverne, N.Y.Read More
Gertler & Wente Architects Are Working On The Initial Stages Of Several New Church Projects Around New York City.Read More
In 2013, Gertler & Wente Architects proposed plans to New York City’s Landmark Preservation Commission to restore 29 Green Street. The original 19th century 4-story building lost its top two floors sometime between 1878 and 1974, to an unfortunate fire. Larry Wente proposed a design to the LPC that included adding three new floors and a fourth floor set back 15 feet to keep with the architectural design of the neighborhood.Read More
There are 36,000 historic districts throughout New York City and an additional 1,398 individual historic landmarks. When it comes to restoring historic buildings, all changes must comply with the rules and regulations of NYC’s Landmark Preservation Commission.
New York doesn’t need another luxury concept store, but the Webster, the new SoHo outpost of the Miami Beach shop, has a transportive concept of concept.Read More
Tim joined Gertler and Wente Architects in 2007, throughout his journey here he has worked his way up to one of our Senior Associate's.
Jeffrey Gertler opened the doors of Gertler & Wente Architects in 1985. After 32 amazing years in business we sat down with Jeff to pick his brain about life as a partner in a thriving New York City architectural firm...Read More
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification system used to verify that a building or community was designed using strategies that improve energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.Read More
From statement pieces to unusual colors, we asked numerous designers their thoughts on the looks that have defined 2017 so far.Read More
The Driggs Haus is a 23,500-square-foot condominium that we designed with Greenpoint Luxury Development.Read More
Whether you are a fan of the popular bold and functional style, or you believe you work better in a clear and zen environment, there has been no better time than the present to hop on the minimalist band wagon than today!Read More
After weeks of planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website and the official Gertler and Wente Architects blog!!
We have created this space to share weekly insights, exclusive new projects, and discuss what we’re observing in the exciting world of architecture.