THURGOOD MARSHALL

FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

New York, NY

PROJECT SCOPE

This magnificent neoclassical federal courthouse (originally designed by Cass Gilbert in 1936) was given new life via a $315M preservation effort featuring historic custom luminaire design and energy efficient approaches throughout all public areas including 35 courtrooms and library, and achieved LEED Silver Certification.

AWARDS

2015 IES Illumination Lighting Award of Merit

2014 GSA Design Honor Award: Excellence in Historic Restoration

PUBLICATION

Feb 2014 Architectural Record

Jan 2013 New York Law Journal

CLIENT

US General Services Administration

ARCHITECT

Beyer Blinder Belle/

Davis Brody Bond