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Forlenza Architects

Forlenza Architects, a full-service architectural and interior design firm, has recently opened a new office in the Margaretville area.

Forlenza Architects, a full-service architectural and interior design firm, has recently opened a new office in the Margaretville area. Their work combines the best time tested building methods and design practices with the latest 21st century building technologies available. Since 1988 it has been their goal to create buildings and spaces that enhance the lives of their clients. By balancing conceptual notions with practical considerations they focus on creating extraordinary buildings and spaces that are functional, healthy, and elegant.

Dan Forlenza is a licensed registered architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. As a licensed architect, he has practiced architecture in New York State for 20 years, and has been working in the field of architecture, interior design, and construction for over 25 years. From 1988 to 2000 Forlenza Architects was located in Merrick, New York and specialized in residential design and commercial interiors around the New York City area and on Long Island. In 2000 Dan accepted a position to lead the in-house architectural design department at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He then continued the firms residential design practice in the Finger Lakes region since 2000. Danís wife Liz is also a member of the Forlenza Architects team. Liz Forlenza acts as the firmís office manager and is also their Senior Designer. Liz is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology and attended the architecture program there. Forlenza Architects is currently focusing their efforts on the development of their residential design work in the Catskill Mountains and in the Upper Hudson Valley regions. For additional information please contact Dan Forlenza at 607-592-7101 or visit www.forlenza-architects.com.



Link: http://www.forlenza-architects.com

Submitted: 06/10/08
Article By: Forlenza Architects