Luay Bahoora Architects is an architecture firm based in New York City. The practice builds upon over 20 years of professional experience in a wide range of domestic and international private and public work, including high-end residential, retail, cultural and civic projects. The firm approaches the creative design process as a research-based, collaborative, and interdisciplinary venture that aspires to create architecture of the highest quality that is characterized by simplicity of form, clarity of space, quality of light, and richness of material.
Prior to establishing his independent practice, Luay Bahoora held senior positions at SPAN Architecture, MR Architecture + Decor, P.C., and Belmont Freeman Architects. Notable projects include Calvin Klein's penthouse apartment in NYC, which was a collaboration with architect John Pawson, the renovation of Calvin Klein's flagship store on Madison Avenue, Fabien Baron's NYC office, and the phased restoration of Philip Johnson's The Four Seasons restaurant in the Seagram Building. In the course of his career, Luay Bahoora has earned a reputation for providing innovative architectural solutions through rigorous analysis of site and program, creative architectural exploration, technical proficiency, and efficient project management.
Luay Bahoora received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and is a licensed architect in New York and New Jersey.