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: Matthew Gindlesperger is an architectural designer, living and working in New York City. Growing up in the Appalachians of Pennsylvania, much of Matthew's design sensibilities derive from varied topographical landscapes. The influence of terrain on Matthew's work is quite evident within much of his personal, speculative work, using the ground plane and landscape to integrate, inform, and juxtapose architectural space and volume.
: Matthew has collaborated on numerous projects of varied scales with James Wines and SITE (Sculpture in the Environment). His most recent completed work is the Denny's Neonopolis Network, a Las Vegas Flagship for the restaurant brand which boasts a sculptural building envelope which was custom-fabricated with world-renowned metal fabricators, Zahner. Matthew has exhibited his work on this project with James Wines and SITE at the City College of New York's "A Line Around an Idea" exhibition.
: Matthew has also worked with the Planning and Urban Design Studio with RTKL in Washington DC, assisting in the development of new international urban centers.
: Matthew's work has been featured in Interior Design Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Las Vegas Review-Journal, and Eater.
: Research interest include sustainable technologies, environmental remediation, and ecological psychology.
SITE (Sculpture in the Environment), New York, NY, US, Designer
: Participated in a design role on international and domestic projects from conception through completion
: Coordinated with consultants on all stages of project development
: Worked with world-renowned metal fabricator, Zahner, to develop
custom building skin and attachments
: Participated in client presentations and workshops
: Gained experience in project management [Indicated by asterisk]
: Selected Projects_
Denny’s Flagship [Las Vegas, NV]*
Aquaponics Research Center [Undisclosed, Middle East]
Shake Shack [USA, Europe, Middle East]
American Two Shot [135 Grand Street, NYC]
Benihana [47 W. 56th Street, NYC]
Sweet Green [Multiple Locations]
Benihana Prototype [Multiple Locations]
Haman & Pawlowski Architects, Johnstown, PA, US, Intern
: Assisted in developing a new masterplan for an existing community
: Used SketchUp modeling to convey masterplan intentions
: Worked on drawings on multi-scaled projects
RTKL, Washington, DC, US, Intern - Planning and Urban Design
: Assisted in the development of new cities in the Middle East
: Compiled design guidelines for planned cities
: Compiled client and workshop presentations
The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), University Park, PA, US, BArch, Architecture