Award-Winning, Sustainably-Minded Architecture Firm, The Turett Collaborative, Looks to Future … – The Bakersfield Californian

Award-Winning, Sustainably-Minded Architecture Firm, The Turett Collaborative, Looks to Future … – The Bakersfield Californian

New York, Jan. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Turett Collaborative (TTC), an award-winning architecture and interiors firm founded in 1991 by Wayne Turett, has named two new partners: James Saisakorn, RA, and Aleksandr Nizhikhovskiy, RA. Alongside Turett, Director of Interior Design Jessica Shaw, and Partner Simeon Seigel, RA (pictured right), the new partners will lead the firm’s growth into new markets, emerging technologies, and evolving aesthetics.  

Leading with special regard for health, wellness, community, and preservation, TTC is known for its collaborative, client-focused, and sustainably-minded approach to design. Whether it be new construction, renovations, or restorations, the firm offers an all-encompassing approach to sustainable living, with the ultimate goal of building and designing deeply thoughtful, visionary, accessible, and exceptional environments that are made to last. Alongside dozens of celebrated Manhattan townhomes, apartments, and multifamily residences, TTC has pioneered notable projects spanning decades, from Newsbar in the 90s (Manhattan’s first coffee bar/retail hybrid) to the recent Greenport Passive House (an award-winning net-zero all-electric home) and Civic Hall (a one-of-a-kind technology hub for the world’s civic innovators). 

“We are thrilled to welcome James and Aleksandr to the partnership,” says Turett. “Together they will strengthen our identity as a firm and our commitment to collaboration, sustainability, and inventiveness. Collectively bringing a variety of distinctly valuable expertise, passions, and capabilities to the table, this next generation will continue to provide clients with innovative design and a future-forward perspective.” 

James Saisakorn, RA, Partner

James Saisakorn joined TTC in 2004, bringing to the firm both a deep passion for design and a love of craft. After studying architecture in Switzerland at the Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne (EPFL) under the tutelage of the late Luigi Snozzi, a leader of the Ticino school of architecture that included fellow esteemed Swiss architects Mario Botta, Aurelio Galfetti, and Livio Vacchini, he returned to complete his Bachelor of Architecture with a double major in French from Carnegie Mellon University in 1996. Notably, his past work on energy-efficient and green building design contributed to the production and publication of the 1996 Building Design Manual for the Pennsylvania Energy Code. Saisakorn’s understanding of construction, coupled with his extensive knowledge of municipal codes, landmarks, and zoning has helped to guide many of the firm’s projects from the kernel of an idea to their ultimate completion. James has applied his expertise to many residential, commercial, and institutional projects throughout the years – from highly detailed residential projects for private clients to larger, more complex commercial projects. With a long-held appreciation for brutalist architecture, he currently resides in Manhattan and is an avid world traveler. As a native of Chicago, James’ inspiration and fascination with modern architecture from an early age led him to where he is today. 

Alex Nizhikhovskiy, RA, Partner 

With a passion for mentorship and education, Alex Nizhikhovskiy has been a member of the TTC team for over eight years. Alex is a licensed architect in the state of New York, with a Master in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York, where he was recognized with the AIA Henry Adams Medal. He previously spent five years as a Junior Designer at Montoya-Rodriguez …….

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