BUILD - 2019 Home And Garden Awards

2019 Home And Garden Awards Build 61 Best Architectural & Interior Design Studio - Manhattan Based in New York, Raymond Ho Architect PLLC (RHA) is an architectural and interior design practice dedicated to creating truly spectacular solutions which meet its clients’ exact requirements. We profile the firm to find out more. Later, Raymond Ho became a in house architect/project manager for Coop- er Square Project Management and for Stonehedge Management. He designed and managed the construction projects for multiple office space and apartment renovations. Today he leads RHA, driving the firm to success. The firm’s design approach is based on a simple philosophy. Forms are generated by the interaction between the context and the individual requirements. This interaction produces an original response that makes a successful and unique project. By collaborating with clients, the practice is able to ensure that they receive the outcome they desire, and one which meets their exact needs and exceeds their expectations. Overall, the future looks bright for RHA as the practice looks to undertake even more exciting projects and work with new clients to ensure its con- tinued success. HA was founded by Raymond Ho, AIA with the goal to pro- vide innovative designs through a close collaboration with its valued clients. Founder Raymond Ho studied architecture and received his bachelor’s from the Cheng Kung University in Taiwan. Soon after he enrolled and graduated for his Master of Architecture at The State University of New York Buffalo. In 1995 he received his licensed to practice Architecture in New York and New Jersey. Since then, Raymond Ho has been involved in many interior, base building and ground up projects. As a technical architect in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, he was involved in large scale projects such as the Seven World Trade, Bear Stearn Building, The UBS Warburg Trading Floor as well as the Logan Airport. R Jan19368 Company: Raymond Ho Architect PLLC Contact: Raymond Ho Website: Raymond Ho Architect PLLC