Lang Architecture Mentioned in New York Observer

Principal Architect, Drew Lang was quoted in a New York Observer article this week, which looks into the process of Remodeling a townhouse in New York City.

While the homeowner/architect/contractor troika is enough for the basics, Drew Lang of Lang Architecture noted that the number of people involved in a project can become quite large, and he often works with “an expeditor, a structural engineer and MEP engineer” at a major townhouse project, and depending on the client, will also include a “geotechnical engineer—a soils and below-ground specialist, a lighting designer…a low-voltage consultant to deal with sound, security, telephone and integrated control systems in the house.”

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