Arketekcher wins Editor's Pick for the Architect's Newspaper Best of Practice - Best New Firm in the Northeast


May 2024

Arketekcher was awarded Editor’s Pick for the Architect’s Newspaper Best of Practice - Best New Architect in the Northeast!

The Best of Practice Awards honor firms who showcase high levels of aesthetic excellence, social impact, and internal culture.

What a testament to the talent and hard work our team has put in over the last few years —when you enjoy what you do (and who you do it with), the rest will follow!

Read about all the winners on the Architect’s Newspaper


Arketekcher at ULI Spring Meeting: Creativity & Capital


April 2024

Our partner, Madeline Clappin, represented Arketekcher at the annual ULI Spring Meeting in April in New York. 

She joined a panel of local leaders including Frank Futia from NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services, Matt Boker from Olson Kunding, Waverly Neer of NYC Economic Development Corporation and Ian Shoenfeld of Meridian Capital Group, to discuss how to leverage creativity to unlock capital in real estate.


She stressed the importance of collaboration between designers, developers and investors early in the development process to unlock different revenue streams.

Arketekcher Awarded 90-unit Affordable Condominium Project Adjacent to Croton Harmon Station


April 2024

After responding to a Request for Qualifications last year,  WBP Development and Arketekcher were selected by the Village of Croton-on-Hudson as the winning team for a transit oriented development.

This project will create 90 affordable condominium units, promoting not just accessible housing but also enabling community members to build wealth through homeownership.

Read more about the project on the River Journal.

Arketekcher at NYC Climate Week: Women-Led Entrepreneurship Panel


September 2023

To kick off Climate Week, our partner Madeline Clappin sat on a panel of entrepreneurs whose companies are focused on addressing climate concerns from all angles: from recycling hard-to-recycle waste, to increasing access to electric car chargers, to automating community solar projects using AI and, of course, promoting green design in the built environment.

The panel explored ways to promote innovation in the green economy, elevate women entrepreneurs, and tackle increasingly dire climate issues. One approach Madeline highlighted, and one we wholeheartedly practice at Arketekcher, is reframing competitors as collaborators to increase innovation and opportunities for startups:

“Instead of looking at “competitors” as competition, or as people you stay away from or can’t talk to, we treat them as a potential collaborator and people we can learn from.”

Sharing ideas with others isn’t a threat, it’s an opportunity.
 
Watch the full panel here!

Now Registered in Connecticut


September 2023

Arketekcher is officially open for business in the Constitution State! Now, in addition to New York and Rhode Island, we can sign and seal architectural drawings in the State of Connecticut. 

Looking for an architect in CT? Let’s chat!