ORANDO, Fla. – (Aug. 26, 2010) – Zyscovich Architects, which opened its Orlando office in February 2009, has moved into a larger space. The firm’s new office is located at 108 S. Court Avenue (S. Court and E. Pine Street) in downtown Orlando. The office phone number is 407.674.1959.
Zyscovich Architects is located on the third floor of a vintage 1925 three-story office building that is near to Interstate 4, the Orange County Regional History Center and Lake Eola Park. It is within two blocks of the firm’s former office at 121 S. Orange Avenue.
“As our Central Florida portfolio grows, we need a large enough space to accommodate expanded operations and staffing as situations dictate,” explained Vice President and Principal Jose Murguido, AIA, REFP. “This office building provides that in a package that also delivers an element of architectural design character.”
Zyscovich Architects currently is working on a phased replacement education project for Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) along with a variety of municipal projects across the region. The firm’s Orlando office is headed by Architects Steve Murphy, AIA, and Sean Tracy, AIA.
Established in 1977, Zyscovich Architects is a nationally renowned integrated urban design, architecture and interior design firm headquartered in downtown Miami with additional locations in Orlando, West Palm Beach, New York City, Bogota and Tobago. The firm is widely recognized as a leader in the design of urban projects as well as development of the urban design methodology entitled Real Urbanism. Zyscovich is committed to improving neighborhoods by emphasizing sustainable development and economic vitality based on their character and history and the firm’s imprint is evident in its full range of projects, from master plans, urban studies and mixed-use urban infill, to transportation design and a wide variety of educational facilities.
For additional information on Zyscovich Architects and its diverse project expertise, please visit the website at www.zyscovich.com.