Our latest New York Apartment featured in 1stDibs Introspect

Leroy Street Studio Interiors worked with PSF Architects to transform this traditional duplex into a cosy, modern home for a young family.

Leroy Street Studio celebrates seven studio members promoted to firm Principals

Pauline Shu, Lesli Stinger, Arom Jeon, Greg Heasley, Sybille Schneider, Alison Smith and Carl Smith have contributed to the advancement of various facets the studio, and have been instrumental in the firm’s evolution, its breadth and growth.

Home of Leroy Street’s Sybille Schneider featured in the Fall 2022 issue of RUE Magazine

Sybille combined her signature European style with historic industrial architecture to capture the spirit of New York in her dynamic Noho loft.

Former West Village carriage house receives LPC approval

The adaptive reuse of this storied carriage house wins approval at first public hearing. The building’s mass-timber design includes a parametric spine that culminates in a sculpted rooftop addition.

Delighted to be featured in the Architect’s Newspaper for our first affordable housing project

Architect’s Newspaper featured Leroy Street’s first affordable housing project developed by the nonprofit Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE).

LPC approval issued for adaptive reuse of West Village parking garage

The approved design preserves the character of the former industrial building by using authentic materials, careful repairs, and minimal insertions. The structure’s historically-inspired renewal ensures it contributes to the neighborhood for another 50-plus years.

We’re hiring

We are looking to fill two positions – see our Archinect job postings for more details!

Leroy Street Studio named to Ocean Home’s top 50 Coastal Architects for 2022

We are honored to be named to the OH50 for the third year in a row.