Ramy Issac Architect was born in Tzfat, a small town famous for its surrounding artists’ colonies. The artist colonies of Israel are famous for producing many world-renowned artists. Growing under the influence of artist colonies, Ramy Issac grew up with an inherent artistic talent and a creative mind. He pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Architecture from the prestigious institute, Technion in Israel with Honors. Ramy Issac migrated to the United States in 1981 to complete his Master’s Degree in architecture and started his architectural journey by joining the prestigious Emory & Roth Sons architectural firm in New York.
Ramy Issac is a very well-renowned architect in New York known for outshining client expectations. He started his firm, Issac & Stern, in 1988 in New York. Since then, he and his architectural team have completed many successful mixed-use projects implementing functional design solutions to harmonize the relationships between the stunning aesthetics of different residential and commercial buildings. Issac & Stern Architects provide comprehensive architectural design services throughout all stages of a project, including surveys, feasibility studies, plans, zoning analysis.
Latest Projects of Ramy Issac
Following are some of the latest projects of Ramy Issac’s New York architectural firm, Issac & Stern:
249 East 50th Street In Turtle Bay, Manhattan, NY.
Designed by Issac & Stern Architects and developed by Tun Kyawit, it is a 15-story residential building located at 249 East 50th Street in Turtle Bay, Manhattan. The condo development hosts 29 large apartments with full-floors homes and a duplex penthouse. The building’s exterior is composed of limestone and glass, a gray masonry façade supported by concrete forms, floor-to-ceiling windows, residential terraces, and large balconies for select residences.
61 Rivington Street In Chinatown, Manhattan
Issac & Stern Architects are working on the latest project with Picksell Studio and developer Horizon Group to build a 13,952 square foot building at 61 Rivington Street. The project comprises transforming a three-story Classical Revival style building located in the Lower East Side, Chinatown, Manhattan. The building’s design will include a façade of white masonry surrounding an abundance of large windows and glass barriers enclosing an outdoor terrace.
359 Second Avenue In Gramercy, Manhattan
The 359 Second Avenue project in Manhattan is a new condo development project by Silverback Development, designed by Issac & Stern Architects. The building’s unique elevation design, consisting of a limestone façade, French windows, and doors, is inspired by neoclassical Parisian architecture. The building has 53 units featuring large glass windows surrounded by limestone trim and small Juliet balconies peppering. The project is presently undergoing construction and is expected to be completed by 2022.