Avery has professional experience in architecture and design, as the design leader of a wide array of corporate, retail, hospitality and educational projects in terms of size, scope and complexity.
His highly effective verbal and graphic communication skills keep the project team informed and our clients assured that project needs and expectations will be fulfilled. As Creative Director, it is his responsibility to develop client relations and nurture professional relationships. On each project he works with clients to determine project goals, develops the overall design concept, and to ensure a high quality standard for drawings, from space plans to construction details, selecting appropriate materials, furnishings and lighting that reinforce the design concept.
In 2016, Avery served as a judge for IIDA's Asia Pacific Design Awards and routinely serves as a juror for Pratt School of Architecture, F.I.T., S.V.A. and The New York School of Interior Design final thesis courses.
2017-2018, TPG Architecture, Creative Director
2014-2017, Ted Moudis Associates, Design Director
1997-2014, Mancini Duffy, Principal, Studio Leader, Design Director
1995-1997, Perkins & Will, Project Designer
AWARDS / PUBLICATIONS:
Contract Magazine, MetLife Cafe 85 Broad Street, New York, NY, April 2017 Issue
Contract Magazine, 55 Water Street Cafe, New York, NY, April 2017 Issue
Society of American Registered Architects Professional Design Awards (SARA), NY Mets, 2008
SARA Professional Design Awards, Award of Honor, Time Warner, 2007
SARA Professional Design Awards, SportsNet NY, 2006
SARA New York Council Awards, Goldman Sachs, 2005
SARA New York Council Awards, EMI Recorded Music, 2004
SARA New York Council Awards, Time Warner, 2004
SARA New York Council Awards, SL Green Building Lobby, 2003
SARA New York Council Awards, Reed Elsevier, 2003
IIDA Professional Member
CID (Certified Interior Designer) in New York State
AIA Interiors Committee Member (1997‐1999)
Pratt, S.V.A., F.I.T. New York School of Interior Design, Senior Thesis Jury Member