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Peter Lombardi's love of architecture and design began in childhood when he visited buildings designed by his great grandfather, Pietro Lombardi. He was inspired to study Architecture both in the United States and abroad. After receiving his Masters of Architecture from Syracuse University, Peter worked in Florence, Italy for three years exploring the diverse approach to architecture and design unique to Italy and Europe at large.
These experiences led him back to the United States and a position with Robert AM Stern Architects. Here he was able to merge his European experiences with the best of American design. Peter's collaborative role with Robert Stern culminated in projects such as: the Bush Library in Texas, Villa Fleuri in France, a private residence in Highland Park Illinois, and numerous private residences in New York City, He is also the recipient of and other internationally recognized juried prizes including:1st place for the New Palos Verdes Arts Center and 2nd place world wide for the New Charter High School in Duluth, Minnesota.
His work has appeared in publications such as Domus, Casa Bella as well as several books by Robert AM Stern. He is a founding partner in Peter Lombardi Architects, PLLC. specializing in high end residential and retail projects. Peter is a registered Architect in the State of New York and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Peter Lombardi Architects, New York, NY, US, Owner , Architect
Lead Architect and project manager for both high end residential and commercial projects in the U.S. and internationally.
Residence in Southampton Southampton, New York
Mountain Resort and Spa Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Private Residence in Westport Westport, Connecticut Manhattan Duplex Combination Manhattan, New York
Artist’s Residence and Gallery Manhattan, New York
Flagship Store Design for Eric Javits Manhattan, New York
JP Molyneux Studio, New York, NY, US, Project Designer , Project Manager
Design and project management of several residences in California
Robert AM Stern, New York, NY, US, Project Manager / Project Designer
Direct design collaboration with Robert Stern and Partners on several high end residential and commercial projects.
Bush Memorial Library and Research Institute SMU - Dallas, Texas
New Private Villa on the Cote DʼAzure St. Jean - Cap Ferrat, France
Hanwha Jiri Mountain Spa Jirsisan National Park, Korea
Private Residence at the Park Plaza building Manhattan, New York
Private Penthouse at the Time Warner building Manhattan, New York
New Private Residence in Highland Park Chicago, Illinois
Studio Claudio Nardi, Florence Italy, Project Designer
Project Designer on several projects in Italy, France and England
Sea Side Marina and Board Walk Naples, Italy
Restaurant in Palermo Palermo, Sicily
Restaurant in London Shoreditch, London
Boutique La Spezia, Italy
Restaurant Nice, France
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture
Masters program in Architecture incorporating a healthy mix of architectural theory, history, art and practical construction knowledge. Program included one year abroad in Florence Italy where extensive travel and research of first hand master pieces have been incorporated into my everyday design practice.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, BArch, Bachelors of Architecture
Bachelors of Architecture with a well rounded liberal arts back ground. 4 year program included intense design studios, architectural history, math, physics, anthropology, drawing, color theory, landscape history, cultural studies, philosophy, structures, building construction, and Italian language.
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP, 19th CENTURY BUILDING
This public charter school occupies the third floor of an 1860 industrial building in the central business district. The school provides a small, learner-directed community that encourages investigative learning, global citizenship and nurtures a sense of belonging. The school’s purpose is to graduate students who are knowledgeable, discerning, passionate, creative, and reflective.
International Design Competition First Place 2000
The program required a new building to replace the existing one. Which was to house various exhibition galleries, a library, an auditorium, areas for laboratories and classrooms and a two-storey underground car park. Following the narrative thread of a metaphorical "path through the wood', the building develops internally, following the rhythm of pergola-covered passageways, terraces, small patios and big courtyards. To reduce the environmental impact of the new construction to a minimum, the building is subdivided into low blocks descending in accordance with the naturally sloping land. Like a monastery, the complex is subdivided Into public areas (the large entrance plaza, the reception hall and the main courtyard), and private areas (the laboratory patios, the classroom wing, the administrative section).