MFLD was honored to win a Lumen Award of Merit for their work on Trinity Church Wall Street. Gabe Guilliams, Lumen Award judge writes, “This project has been executed with exceptional attention to detail, resulting in a stunning composition that truly defines the space. Having personally experienced it, I must also highlight the mesmerizing beauty of the stained glass when viewed from the outside. While not shown here, it’s a further testament to the skillful execution of this project.”
The Lumen Awards were established in 1968 by the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IESNYC) and developed to publicly recognize excellence, professionalism, ingenuity and originality in lighting design. The IESNYC announced the recipients of the 2023 Lumen Awards at the 53st annual Lumen Gala in June.
We are thrilled to announce that Fellows Hall at Williams College is the 2021 Architizer A+ Awards Popular Choice Winner in the Architecture +Sustainability category. MFLD is proud of our sustainable work which includes the completion of a new Net-Zero energy residence hall at Williams College, designed by PBDW Architects.
MFLD was honored to win an Award of Merit for their work on the Millerton Pool House.
The Lumen Awards were established in 1968 by the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IESNYC) and developed to publicly recognize excellence, professionalism, ingenuity and originality in lighting design. The IESNYC announced the recipients of the 2019 Lumen Awards at the 51st annual Lumen Gala.
Congrats to MBB, who were honored with a 2019 AIA New York State Design Citation for their work at Grace Church School Athletic Center. MFLD provided lighting design for this project that included student commons, classrooms, staff offices as well as a double height gymnasium.
MBB received a Faith+Form Liturgical/Interior Design Award for the redesign of St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s School’s Gordon Chapel. MFLD was honored to have provided lighting design for this project.
PBDW and team has won a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award for their stunning work on 462 Broadway. Their meticulous restoration has returned a French Renaissance-style building to its original glory. The project also won a MASterworks Award for Best Restoration from the Municipal Art Society of New York, and a Stanford White Award for Historic Preservation in 2018.
PBDW and team have won a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award for their work on the Duane Library at Fordham University. The restoration breathed new life into the campus landmark, making it a relevant and vital part of the University. The scope included interior and exterior renovations, as well as major infrastructural upgrades.