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Fox Departs Fox & Fowle

by ArchNewsNow
March 17, 2003

On Friday, Fox & Fowle Architects issued a statement that co-founding Principal Robert F. Fox, Jr., AIA, left the firm, effective March 11, 2003, to start his own Manhattan-based architectural practice.


The parting of the ways is, according to the firm, “with mutual goodwill.” The New York City-based practice, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, will continue as Fox & Fowle Architects. Daniel Kaplan, AIA, will join co-founder Bruce Fowle, FAIA, as Senior Principal. Kaplan will continue his dual roles as Managing Principal and Studio Director. Mark Strauss, AIA, AICP, Sudhir Jambhekar, AIA, and Sylvia Smith, AIA, will also remain as Principals in the firm.


Among the hot projects currently on the F&F boards are the new School of Management at Syracuse University; the new tower for The New York Times with Renzo Piano Building Workshop; and the redesign of public spaces at Lincoln Center with Diller + Scofidio and Cooper Robertson & Partners, among others.


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