NEWS

The Institute for State and Local Governance (ISLG) at the City University of New York (CUNY) has developed a series of 'Equality Indicators' to measure progress toward achieving greater equality in New York City. Fiedler Marciano is proud to be collaborating with the ISLG on a research project to determine how these indicators can be more specifically applied to the design and planning of the built environment.

The I-Park Art Foundation, an international artist-in-residence program located in East Haddam Connecticut, recently named Mark Fiedler to their Inter-disciplinary Curatorial Panel for 2016. In addition Mark will be serving an architectural residency on site at I-Park during their upcoming Spring Session.

‘What’s Old Is New Again’, The Wall Street Journal, feature article on Skywalkers: The Legacy of the Mohawk Ironworker, an exhibit of thirty tintypes by artist Melissa Cacciola with exhibit design by Fiedler Marciano. February 4, 2015

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) unveils BAM Bike Park, a new cultural amenity in downtown Brooklyn that combines an urban-scale art installation by KAWS with public bike racks designed by David Byrne. September 2013

The BMW Guggenheim Lab project has been recognized by the New York State chapter of the American Institute of Architecs with a Citation for Design Award. August 2012

Fiedler Marciano is honored to announce that the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects has awarded 219 West / Subcat Studios a 2012 Architecture Merit Award. March 2012

Interior Design magazine features 219 West / Subcat Studios. Feburary 2012

Watch the video of Mark, Martin, and Leo Argiris from ARUP, discussing the BMW Guggenheim Lab project in New York City. September 2011

World Architecture News profiles FMA's 219 West/Subcat Studios project. August 2011

Listen to the WSYR radio interview with Mark and Martin commemorating the opening of the 219 West/Subcat Music Studios project. May 2011

Fiedler Marciano is proud to announce their selection as Architect of Record for the inaugural BMW Guggenheim Lab to be installed in New York City. Beginning August 3rd 2011 for a ten week duration, the temporary structure designed by Tokyo-based Atelier Bow-Wow will provide a public place for research, experimentation and the sharing of ideas about major issues affecting urban life. May 2011

The Syracuse University Visitor Center designed by Fiedler Marciano Architecture was selected for the AIA/NY "Made in New York" exhibit in NYC's West 4th Street subway station. October 2010

"Subcat Music Studios in Harmony with New Neighbor, the Redhouse"; The Post-Standard, article on FMA's adaptive reuse project in downtown Syracuse, New York. November 14, 2009

"From The Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes"; Fiedler Marciano Architecture and Herreros Arquitectos competition entry booklet included in exhibition at Syracuse University School of Architecture, Syracuse, New York. January 2009

"Can Architecture Save Syracuse"; The Architect's Newspaper, discussing current design initiatives and projects in the city of Syracuse, New York. April 16, 2008

"The Would Be Revivalist"; The New York Times, profile on Dean Mark Robbins and The Bank Building project. April 3, 2008

"The 99k House Competition"; FMA's prototype design for a sustainable single-family house in Houston, Texas's historic Fifth Ward receives an Honorable Mention. February 2008

"Syracuse Builds: After the Masterplan"; Fiedler Marciano's work included in an architectural exhibition of current projects intended to revitalize the city center. Syracuse University School of Architecture at The Warehouse, Syracuse, New York. November 2007