Lincoln Square Synagogue |

Lincoln Square Synagogue
New York, NY

Completed in 2013, the 50,000 SF Lincoln Square Synagogue has three floors above grade and two floors below.  The east facade with its five undulating glass "scrolls," is meant to mimic the Torah.  The seemingly simple design includes a highly complex process and mullion system technology to create the innovative curtain wall design.

Completion: 
2013
Architect: 
CetraRuddy
Construction Manager: 
McGowan Builders
Awards: 
2016 IESNYC Lumen Award; 2016 ILDA Radiance Award; 2015 AL Design Award for Interior Lighting; 2014 FRAA Design Award for "Religious Architecture; 2014 ASU Magazine's Silver Citation for Chapels/Worship Centers; 2013 GNYCUC Cultural Project Award

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