Photos: © Magda Biernat/Mojo Stumer

J.T. Magen converts industrial warehouse into Long Island headquarters for eyewear manufacturer Luxottica

Eyeglass maker’s contemporary headquarters features sleek steel and glass, and a living plant wall.

All design is fundamentally an exercise in problem solving…We’re expert at blending styles…That’s what makes it really creative and fun.

— Mark Stumer, principal, Mojo Stumer Associates, in Long Island Pulse

Day scene displaying the new modern exterior of the J.T. Magen-built Luxottica eyewear’s Long Island headquarters on Harbor Park Drive in Port Washington, New York.Night scene displaying the stylish exterior with light illuminating from the interior through the large window panes at the J.T. Magen-built Luxottica eyewear’s Long Island headquarters on Harbor Park Drive in Port Washington, New York.

Photos: © Magda Biernat

Before: The staircase under construction at Luxottica eyewear’s Long Island headquarters built on Harbor Park Drive in Port Washington, New York by J.T. Magen & Company Inc.After: The staircase post-construction at Luxottica eyewear’s Long Island headquarters built on Harbor Park Drive in Port Washington, New York by J.T. Magen & Company Inc.

Photos: © Magda Biernat, J.T. Magen

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Project Facts

Luxottica
Address: 12 Harbor Park Drive, Port Washington, NY
Size: 100,000 sq. ft.
Architect: Mojo Stumer Associates
MEPS engineer: KP Engineering

Double honors for Luxottica headquarters

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    Commercial Honorable Mention

    Tile Competition 2014
    Ceramics of Italy

     

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    Green Solutions Finalist

    MakeItWork Awards 2015
    Interior Design

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