Prep Matters

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When PrepMatters decided to build a new facility in Tenleytown, it faced several questions about the viability of 4646 40th Street. Perhaps no question was more pressing than how the 9,000-square-foot subterranean space with no windows could possibly provide the lively, intellectually stimulating environment that Prep Matters was known for.

Pizzano paired with ZGF Architects to deliver a lighting solution that mimicked natural light and utilized glass walls to create an open and transparent space. A rock climbing wall was even installed for physical activity, all while using environmentally sustainable materials.

Prep Matters
ZGF Architects
Project Size
9,000 Square Feet
Commercial Interiors

“As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.”

- Norman Foster