Alexander Gorlin, modernism and tradition

Alexander Gorlin, modernism and tradition

Alexander Gorlin, an American architect known for his inventive use of space, light and natural materials, embraces a wide range of clients for whom he applies the same degree of design excellence.

The architect is renowned for his ability to create comfortable and welcoming spaces with a modernist aesthetic.
Clients can expect thorough research, intensive design development and responsive.

Nehemiah Spring Creek
2011
East New York, USA
Nehemiah Spring Creek
2011
East New York, USA

Attentive to details, Gorlin makes sure that every project is cared for and attentive to human needs, then giving the whole a balance of forms.
The new districts are animated by their own structure, which integrates perfectly with the surrounding space.

Nehemiah Spring Creek
2011
East New York, USA
Nehemiah Spring Creek
2011
East New York, USA

His practice is based on the belief that excellent design should be applied to all realms of society. To this end, he applies his creativity /expertise to homes across the social spectrum.

The Brook
2014
New York, USA
The Brook
2014
New York, USA

Alexander Gorlin believes in rigorous analysis, synthesis and creativity at all levels. The design is so clean, modern, sophisticated and fun.
For example, Boston Road, maintains its tradition despite obvious modernity: the neighborhood’s history has influenced the color palette. In the 1700s, the site was a farm owned by developer Lewis Morris, one of the signatories of the American Declaration of Independence. This is why the colors of the facade are from the colonial era, to remember this past history.

Boston Road
2015
New York, USA
Boston Road
2015
New York, USA
Boston Road
2015
New York, USA
Boston Road
2015
New York, USA

A modernist who draws heavily on traditional lexicons, the architect creates homes full of feeling, similar to sanctuaries that emphasize comfort and light, fitting into the social scene totally at ease, in an environment that tends towards modernity, forgetting to keep its origins and offer new housing to larger families.

Links:
https://www.dezeen.com/
https://www.architectmagazine.com/
https://www.architecturaldigest.com/