Asymptote Architecture is a leading multi-disciplinary architectural practice based in New York City.
Founded in 1989, Asymptote has been working at the forefront of design and technological innovation pertaining to building design, master planning, urban design as well as exhibition and interior design.
Asymptote is presently involved as lead design architects on a broad range of commissions at various sites in the United States, Europe and Asia, including two landmark luxury residential towers for the new Yongsan International Business District in Seoul, South Korea, iconic retail destinations in Moscow and St. Petersburg Russia, an important cultural pavilion in Daegu, South Korea, two mixed use commercial towers in Zhangzhou, China, and a regional bank headquarters in Ghent, Belgium. Recently completed projects by Asymptote include the Yas Hotel, a 500-room, 5-star luxury hotel adjacent to Abu Dhabi’s new Yas Marina Formula 1 Racetrack; 166 Perry Street, a high-end residential building in New York City; and the award-winning HydraPier in Haarlemmermeer, The Netherlands.
Other recent design projects include the Kaohsiung Marine Gateway; a large scale hotel and commercial complex at Zurich International Airport; a master plan for a 100,000-square-meter commercial center in Bergamo, Italy, a mixed-use urban master plan in Ghent, Belgium; a master plan for the Yongsan District, Seoul Korea, the design of the iconic StrataTower, an innovative, forty-story residential tower planned for Abu Dhabi, the World Business Center Solomon Tower in Busan, South Korea, a skyscraper design that is among the tallest in Asia; a large educational complex in Nantes, France, a master plan for a Emerald Island commercial complex in Shenzhen, China; an iconic, forty-story corporate headquarters in Tbilisi, Georgia; a design for the 146-story Dubai International Financial Center; a Monument Bridge for Abu Dhabi; an Eco-Cultural Master Plan for a sustainable and cultural urban design in Baku, Azerbaijan; an exhibition and music hall in Vitoria, Spain; and a dramatic design for a new Gu
Middle East Architect Awards, Hospitality Project of the Year, The Yas Hotel (2011)
Travel + Leisure Design Awards, Best Large Hotel, The Yas Hotel (2010)
Grand Prix de l'Architecture, Festival Automobile International (2010)
IESNA Illumination Award (2010)
Le Grand Prix de l’Architecture, FAI, Paris, The Yas Hotel (2010)
American Architecture Award, Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design (2008)
AIA NY Chapter Design Award, Interior Architecture (2007)
AIA New York Chapter Design Award, Interior Architecture (2005)
Frederick Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts (2004)
AIA New York Chapter Design Award, Architecture (2002)