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Dean Maltz Architect provides architectural and design services. Our primary goal is to be responsive to our clients' needs. We respect the contexts we work in, fulfill project programs and create opportunities to integrate high quality design within budget. Our designs are the result of an abstract and independent search for conceptual clarity. The projects are elevated above the limitations of style, and remain respectful of the past without being imitative.
Dean Maltz’ practice encompasses three areas: one in an independent architectural practice, a second in partnership with Shigeru Ban and a third in furniture and furniture showroom design. Founded in 1990, Dean Maltz Architect has a diverse portfolio of projects throughout the United States in commercial and residential design. Commercial projects include offices, building identity, retail space and hospitality design. Residential projects include estates, houses, apartments and lofts.
Dean Maltz Architect (DMA) collaborates with Shigeru Ban Architects (SBA) of Tokyo, Japan on all SBA+DMA projects throughout the United States. Completed projects include the Metal Shutter House Condominium in New York, a Paper Arch at MoMA, a house on Long Island for the Houses at Sagaponac development, a Bamboo Pavilion in St. Louis, and a Nomadic Museum that travelled to 10 cities. Also, as members of Team THINK, SBA+DMA were finalists in the competition for the design of the New World Trade Center.
Dean Maltz Architect designs furniture for leading residential and commercial furniture manufactures in the United States and Italy. Product categories include upholstery, chairs, bedrooms, dining groups, occasional tables and storage systems. The firm brings its many years of commercial experience to the furniture industry by designing high-end showrooms for the world’s leading leather upholstery manufacturer.