Dear Clients, fellow Professionals, and Readers,

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that after nearly five years, Design42 Architecture will be relocating our office! The new space will be shared with our colleagues at eDesign Dynamics and it will be no more than one block from our current location. As of December 12th, 2014 you can find us on the first floor of 402 W. 40th Street, NY, NY 10018.

It should not take us longer than the weekend to have our systems up and running again, but we’ll be under construction for several weeks with the help from our colleagues at Wesbuilt Construction. Please excuse our appearance in the interim.

Please check back often as we are in the process of making many changes: the new office location, our refreshed logo, the new .NYC domain, and the new website design. We plan to offer some great content and planning strategies in the near future.

Thomas Scibilia, AIA

Thomas Scibilia, AIA

Project Manager/Architect

Thomas Scibilia is a registered architect and has brought his 10 years of experience in the architectural industry to Design42. Tom’s experience in diverse firms developed a well-rounded and rich understanding of architectural practice, design, technology, materials and construction methods necessary to communicate with clients, consultants, and contractors. As a native New Yorker, Tom obtained his Bachelors of Architecture from Pratt Institute.

Design42 wishes the best to our clients and partners in these tough and unprecedented times and we are prioritizing the health and safety of our employees in accordance with the policies set forth by our government. We would like to take this opportunity to inform all of our current and future clients that while our physical office is temporarily closed, our staff is fully operational and remain fully engaged.

Since 6/8/20, NYC is reopening under Phase 1 regulations. In general, this permits our clients to resume and continue construction, but please refer your contractors to the requirements set forth by the City, State and Dept. of Buildings.


NYC Covid-19 Updates