Marc Gee is a principal at GLUCK+, an architecture, construction and development firm in New York City. The practice is committed to crafting bold and conceptually unique architecture, with most work constructed by the firm’s unique Architect Led Design Build (ALDB) approach. Consistently recognized through national and international design awards and publications, GLUCK+ has been featured in Architectural Record’s “The New Master Builders,” by The Architect’s Newspaper with “Inside Architecture’s One-Stop Shop” and named by Fast Company in 2014 as one of “The World’s Top 10 Innovative Companies in Architecture,” ‘for taking control of the entire building process.’
Marc has been involved in projects as architect and on-site construction manager including the recent award-winning Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning, a $26 million public/private initiative in Crotona Park, Bronx, which The New York Times architecture critic, Michael Kimmelman hailed in April 2017 as "one of the city's best new works of public architecture;" The Stack, New York’s first prefabricated steel and concrete modular residential building development, which received a 2015 American Architecture Award from The Chicago Athenaeum and a 2015 AIANY/BSA Housing Honor Award; and currently, 150 Rivington, a luxury condominium development in the Lower East Side. He was also on-site construction supervisor for The East Harlem School, which won an AIA Architecture Honor Award in 2010, and received a Citation of Excellence from BusinessWeek/Architectural Record’s ‘Good Design is Good Business’ Award in 2009.
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