The office has extensive experience in residential, commercial, and institutional work involving new buildings, renovations, and preservation work in landmark buildings and districts. The firm also has vast experience with interior design, furnishings, and interior detailing. Unique in its ability to provide the close personal attention a project deserves, Zirinsky Architecture creates a cohesive whole - from the overall concept to the finish details - with the principal involved with all projects on a consistent daily basis.
Zirinsky Architecture is a full service architectural practice located in New York city that encompasses a wide range of high-end quality architecture & approach towards the investigation of critical issues in the building design.
Services include Residential, Retail, Institutional, Preservation Work, Design, Interior Design, Space Planning, Planning and Zoning Reviews, Site Analysis, Project Management, Building Code Analysis, Existing Condition Drawings, Project Assessments, 3D Modeling.
Located in the Metropolitan Museum Historic District, the Alexander Calder Sidewalk is in honor of the three galleries on the block, all of whom represented Calder, a reminder of a time when the avant-garde art movement was still concentrated in the Upper East Side. Installed in 1970, the exact location is the sidewalk of 1014-1018 Madison Avenue between 78th and 79th street.
Zirinsky Architects performed an ``in kind replacement`` restoration with the support of the Calder Foundation and the New York City Landmarks Commission. The 75-by-12-foot work features three distinct patterns in rustic terrazzo: alternating black and white rectangular blocks in front of No. 1014, black crescents in a white field outside No. 1016 and a black and white sunburst outside No. 1018.