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T2 on HGTV this Sunday

A few months ago, a film crew paid a visit to T2. Tune in to HGTV on Sunday evening (9/29) at 8pm for a tour of the house. The program is Extreme Homes, and you might catch a glimpse of Warren Schwartz (and maybe even Obie the dog).

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Entrance Pavilion, McCoy Federal Building, Architect: Schwartz | Silver Architects and CDFL Architects, civic building, public use, sustainable, leed

McCoy Building Featured in ArchDaily

Schwartz/Silver’s recently completed GSA Design Excellence project, the A. H. McCoy Federal Office Building Modernization and Security Pavilion, has been featured as a selected work on the website ArchDaily. From ArchDaily: Constructed as part of the General Services Administration’s Design Excellence program, Schwartz/Silver’s modernization of the A. H. McCoy Federal Building and new security pavilion[…]

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Schwartz/Silver in South Korea

Schwartz/Silver’s T2 House is featured in the South Korean magazine, C3 this month. The article is titled “Podia, Plinths and Flying House”. If you have friends traveling abroad, it’s a great architecture and design publication to check out.

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Entrance Pavilion, McCoy Federal Building, Architect: Schwartz | Silver Architects and CDFL Architects, civic building, public use, sustainable, leed

“Virtually Safe”

Schwartz/Silver’s McCoy Federal Building was featured in Architect Magazine’s article on building security, “Virtually Safe”. The article isn’t on their website, but you can read it in the digital edition. Read more →

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Preservation Today

David Eisen, AIA, has written a great article for the Boston Preservation Society about the challenges and opportunities of preservation in architecture. You can read it here, and see Schwartz/Silver’s Hyde Park Library on page 4.

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Homes that Float Like Bridges

Homes that float like bridges – a slideshow on Residential Architect’s design blog featuring one of Schwartz/Silver’s projects. Read more →

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