Ground Breaking: July 19, 2010 — Opening: November 10, 2012November 9, 2012, 7:24 AM
Herzog & de Meuron Project Team
Partners: Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Ascan Mergenthaler (Partner in Charge)
Project Team: Philip Schmerbeck (Associate, Project Director), Jayne Barlow (Associate), Raymond Jr. Gaëtan
Jack Brough, Marta Brandão, Sara Jacinto, Tom Powell, Nils Sanderson, Leo Schneidewind, Camia Young
Herzog & de Meuron, Basel, Switzerland
Douglas Moyer Architect PC, Sag Harbor, NY, USA
Buro Happold, New York, NY, USA
S.L. Maresca & Associates, Hampton Bays, NY, USA
Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design, Munich, Germany
Reed Hilderbrand Associates Inc, Watertown, MA, USA
ARUP Lighting (Andy Sedgwick), London, UK
Langan, New York, NY, USA
Ducibella Venter & Santore, North Haven, CT, USA
Shen/Milsom/Wilke, New York, NY, USA
Civil / Environmental Engineer
Nelson, Pope & Voorhis Engineers & Surveryors, Mellville, NY, USA
Dometech, Edison, NJ, USA
Reginald D. Hough, Rhinebeck, NY, USA
ARUP Lighting, New York, NY, USA
LaPlaca Cohen, New York, NY, USA
D.B. Bennett, P.E., East Hampton, NY, USA
Saskas Surveying Company, P.C., East Hampton, NY, USA
Ben Krupinksi Builders, East Hampton, USA
CM Richey Electrical, Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
Chevally Enterprises, Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
Cary Insulation, Bohemia, NY, USA
North Sea Plumbing and Heating, Southampton, NY, USA
Dynasty RSW, LLC, Calverton, NY, USA
Precision Signs, Amityville, NY, USA
Palatial Concrete, Calverton, NY, USA
La Forge Francaise Ltd., Riverhead, NY, USA
Bistrian Materials, East Hampton, NY, USA
Louis Dion, Babylon, NY, USA
Casola Well Drillers, Southampton, NY, USA
Kolb Mechanical, Mattituck, NY, USA
County Pneumatic Controls, Inc., East Quogue, NY, USA
Whitmores , East Hampton, NY, USA
Low Voltage Contractor
Bri-tech, Bohemia, NY, USA
MOE Masonry Inc., SOuthampton, NY, USA
LoCascio Enterprises, East Islip, NY, USA
Michael Verde Millwork, Bridgehampton, NY, USA
Mims Family Painting, Shirley, NY, USA
James H. Rambo, Southampton, NY, USA
Site Lighting Poles
Greg Smith Electrical, Kings Park, NY, USA
Tebbens Steel, Calverton, NY, USA
Classic Construction, Holbrook, NY, USA
Lido Stone Works, Calverton, NY, USA
Water Mains, Utilities
RCR Contracting, Hampton Bays, NY, USA
Windows & Glass
Westhampton Architectural Glass, Westhampton Beach, NY, USA
Bayshore Flooring, Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
FBC Contractors, Center Moriches, NY, USA
BUILDING DATA / Site Area
Gross Floor Area (GFA)
601’595 sqft 50’300 sqft
55’890 m2 4’673 m2
3’196 m2 187 m 29 m 10 m
Number of Levels
Footprint 34’400 sqft Length 615 ft Width 95 ft Height 32 ft
USE / FUNCTION
3,740 sqft / 347 m2 incl. lobby, shop, restrooms, coats
1,050 sqft / 98 m2
2,880 sqft / 268 m2 incl. projection & changing rm 194 seats (un-fixed)
12,200 sqft / 1,133 m2
4,230 sqft / 393 m2
1,940 sqft / 180 m2 incl. art storage, works on paper
2,580 sqft / 240 m2
1,610 sqft / 150 m2
13,500 sqft / 1,255 m2 incl. covered terraces and porches
15,900 sqft / 1,477 m2
FIT OUT / FURNITURE
Custom designed production furniture suite by Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design for the museum and manufactured by Emeco (Pennsylvania, USA). Suite consists of (2) stacking chair types and (3) table types.
Custom designed suspended lighting system at public reception areas and office administration wing by Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design in collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron and fabricated by Litelab (New York, USA)
‘Meta’ door levers designed by Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design for Columbo Design in partnership with Orion Hardware. Custom black enamel finish utilized for the Museum.
Custom Curtains fabricated and installed by Erik Bruce (New York, NY) at the multipurpose theater. Fabric mesh material custom sourced by Michael Maharam.
MATERIALS / MANUFACTURERS
Millwork at public areas was fabricated from reclaimed old-growth ‘Heartpine’ which had been sourced from a former textile mill in Virginia. Raw salvaged structural material from this mill was processed and fabricated into millwork and cabinetry by Michael Verde Millwork at their local Bridgehampton shop.
Ship-lapped, knotty, red cedar exterior siding was blackened through a traditional ebonizing process that reacts with the natural tannins of the wood to produce a deep charcoal like finish. The toothed surface of the siding was treated with a dyeing solution formulated of iron oxide and acetic acid by Mims Family Painters. A similar technique was used to finish interior heartpine doors which were further handbrushed to express the woods’ distinctive grain structure.
Exterior site-cast structural concrete walls were constructed by Palatial Concrete utilizing modular plywood forms. A smooth continuous concrete bench is poured integral to the base of the exterior walls in contrast with the rough formed concrete above.
Exposed structural concrete slabs with integral power-trowelled finish surface. Concrete mix reinforced with composite fibers.
20 Gauge Corrugated steel roofing panels by Morin. Concealed fastener S-16 Panel system with liquid applied Kynar 500 finish both sides ‘Regal White’. Metal roofing applied over ‘Slopeshield’ vapor permeable roof underlayment by Vaproshield.
Exposed structural engineered wood roof rafters and plywood sheathing. Architectural grade Douglas fir glu-lams by Anthony Power Beam.
Hurricane rated, 4-sided structurally glazed extruded aluminum Efco s-5600 series for all storefront units at punched concrete wall openings and curtain wall system at full-height cafe glass wall. All extrusions clear anodized. Windows fabricated and installed by Westhampton Glass (Westhampton, New York)
Hurricane rated. 4-sided structrually glazed custom extruded aluminum skylights by Supersky. North facing skylights utilizing 1 3/16″ Panelite Clearshade insulated starphire glass units. All skylights fabricated and installed by Westhampton Glass (Westhampton, New York) Skylights placed at all museum galleries for daylighting design requirements.
Gallery Artificial Lighting
Gallery artificial lighting providing by surface mounted dual T6 fluorescent lamped fixtures custom fabricated by Bartco. 3500k & 4000k lamps paired per fixture with UV coated Nippo lamps.
Exterior cantenary light fixtures by Louis Poulsen, LP Icon Mini cable-hung, and installed by C.M.Richey Electrical. Wood utility pole supports and steel cable rigging installed by Greg Smith Electrical.
Lavatories re-issued ceramic ‘Montecatini’ sinks designed by Gio Ponti and manufacturered by Rapsel (Milan) in partnership with AF New York
Herzog & DeMeuron: www.herzogdemeuron.com
Visit: AAQ / Portfolio / Museum Architecture: Parrish Art Museum, 2012
Also: Parrish Abstract 10 / 12
Content Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron
Photographs/Copyright, Jeff Heatley