James Seger AIA, LEED AP
James D. Seger has been practicing architecture for over twenty-five years. His expertise covers a wide range of projects, from large-scale office towers to modest institutional buildings.
Since he joined the studio in 1998 Mr. Seger has been in charge of a number of notable projects, including the adaptive reuse of a Landmark townhouse as a lower school building for the Spence School, a new 11-story residential building on 110th Street and Broadway, and feasibility and planning studies for the National Academy of Design, Central Synagogue, and Equinox. Mr. Seger is currently responsible for two projects for athletics facilities at Riverdale Country School, as well as the restoration and renovation of the Park Avenue Armory, a city and national landmark.
Mr. Seger received a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University.