Monday, April 7, 2014

Arvelo Architecture & Interior Design Featured in Honest Buildings


In the article entitled The HB Shortlist: Springtime RooftopsNGLCCNY member ARVELO architecture & interior design is featured by Honest Buildings as a designer for one of NYC's most awesome rooftop deck in the West Village. 

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ABOUT ARVELO Architecture + Interiors

At ARVELO we have passion for everything about design. We use that passion and inspiration, through creative problem solving to push our imagination and develop great built interior and exterior environments.

ARVELO is a full service multi-disciplined architecture and interiors design studio, with a wide range of corporate, commercial and residential experience. Our teams work in full collaboration with our clients and with careful consideration of the client’s budget and schedule. Our goal is to add value to people lives through quality design.

We are a service oriented company. And seek projects that are challenging, diverse and environmentally sensitive, projects that enrich our lives, our community and our environment. We focus on the detailed and complete execution of the projects, no matter the size or budget of the project.

Our process and design practice is too develop buildings and spaces that are timeless in style, highly functional, practical, thoughtfully placed in the landscape and woven into the fabric of their communities.

We create spaces to be enjoyed for generations to come and seek balance in our projects as well as in our lives and our work. And we want our customers to live and work in environments where activities flow easily and where spaces, colors and materials lift the spirit and the mind and enhance the daily life of people.

At Arvelo Architecture + Interiors we are in business to help our clients achieve what matters most to them. Our projects reflect our client’s goals, ideals, lifestyles, personalities and core values. And we do all this while enjoying ourselves and having fun.

We appreciate your interest in Arvelo Architecture + Interiors and look foreword to working with you.



ABOUT ARVELO'S Founder

Ruperto Arvelo, principal and founder of ARVELO architecture & interior design, located in the Flatiron district, has over 24 years of experience in different types of projects both nationally and internationally. He has worked in several architecture firms in New York, New Jersey and Puerto Rico during his professional development as an architect and interior designer. For many of those years, he worked as a designer and project manager at the New York Gensler Office. The exposure of working in all these firms gave him experience in residential, corporate and commercial projects of all scales, including ground up and adaptive re-use interior and exterior renovation projects.

Registered as an architect in New York State and in the process of being registered in Puerto Rico, he is a successful architect who can wear different hats and bring everyone together to successfully complete projects.

He has taught at various leading design colleges and universities: Syracuse University, Parsons in New York City and Berkeley College in New Jersey. He is one of the founders of Tertulia Latina...an organization that promotes latino art and supports the work of latino artists. He was also an Associate Editor for the Spanish language interior design magazine Casa y Hogar. He has Bachelors degree from University of Puerto Rico and a Masters degree in architecture from Syracuse University.

On his free time he enjoys traveling, the arts and being at outdoors. He travels frequently to Puerto Rico where he has a second home at the Condado beach area. Because of his love for design and furniture, he dreams of one day opening a home furnishings and design store in NYC.

NGLCCNY congratulates ARVELO and Ruperto on a job well done.

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