C+GA 2021 Promotions
Curtis + Ginsberg Architects is thrilled to announce partner and associate leadership promotions. These promotions are a significant milestone for C+GA and reflect these individuals’ remarkable initiative, vision, and our shared commitment to building a better future together.
C+GA’s team of partners is growing; Sean Flynn, RA, and Matt Melody, RA, LEED AP, will join Darby Curtis, AIA, and Mark Ginsberg, FAIA, LEED AP, in the company’s senior leadership. Their contribution to C+GA and its portfolio has been invaluable, and they will play an important role in the company’s next steps.
Our overall leadership team also continues to grow. We are proud to announce the promotions of Tamar Kisilevitz, FARA, Crystal Ng, RA, LEED AP, CPHC, C+GA Director of Sustainability, and Van Tsao, AIA LEED AP, to Senior Associate, and Christine Berry, RA LEED AP, CPHC, to the position of Associate. These team members are essential to C+GA’s ongoing mission of delivering equitable, engaging, and sustainable design to communities in New York and beyond.
Sean Flynn, RA, Partner
With over three decades of experience on institutional, mixed-use, and multifamily typologies, Sean leads the design and management of many of C+GA’s most complex projects. His thoughtful, mission-driven approach tackles complex zoning, program, urbanism, and neighborhood engagement issues. He brings a high level of professionalism to every project and builds strong relationships with clients and stakeholders. Sean is a leader in C+GA’s HUD-FEMA funded resiliency & sustainability designs for the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) and is involved in recent C+GA projects including The Carolina, Melrose North, and Queens College.
Matt Melody, RA, LEED AP, Partner
For over ten years at C+GA, Matt has been instrumental in the firm’s growth and expansion. Bringing experience working in California, Washington DC, and all five boroughs of NYC, Matt’s rigorous organization and dedication to design drives his ability to oversee a number of C+GA’s large multi-building projects. His skills have also contributed to industry-wide analyses and research projects that resulted in changes to New York City zoning code and C+GA’s Alternative to Shelter design analyses. In addition to overseeing a variety of office operations, Matt’s current projects include HELP One, Apex Place, and the Central Harlem Cluster Development.