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Architect John Mclean | modern design for the client's goal

Contemporary and modern design of buildings in a wide range of types, rural & urban residences, commercial buildings, multiple dwelling buidings, restoration, historic preservation, building art & science, building & zoning codes, expert consultancy & witness, structural design
, industrial design

Mclean Fights to Protect Historic House
Architect Mclean 'Fights to Protect Historic House' from demolition as 'Neighborhood-Altering Plan Goes Before Board'

Portfolio of Projects
Projects: Pondside Club West, Electronics Boutique, Rosedale House, Westchester Courthouse, 56 West 45th St., residential, commercial & public buildings

Rosedale House - Before and After
The house on Rosedale Avenue is gone, a before and after story, and the failure of the Planning Board to 'consider what it is that forms a community's heritage and environment regarding our city's future

Review of "The Paris Architect" by Arc. Charles Belfoure
Architect Belfoure's first novel is about modernist Lucien who designs innovative hiding places for Jews in Nazi occupied Paris, which in the process re-kindles his relationship to humanity

Architectural Services
Architectural Services include design of stores, residences, bridges, site planning, expert witness testimony, engineering, building construction observation & evaluation

Architect Mclean
Education; licensure in numerous states, NCARB cerification; practice registered in New York State; experience; projects; expert testimony; presentations, publications, exhibitions & awards, lectures, and professional & other activities

Buildings by Types
Types of buildings designed by Mclean include multiple residences, hotels, residences, retail stores, banks, courthouse, educational uses

Building Art & Science
Review of the zero-stress design technique for the horizontal skyscraper, the mile-high tower and the tension bridge of multiple 3-mile spans; and an analysis of the 9-11 collapse of the World Trade Center

Zero-stress Design
Zero-stress structures are built with a innovative structural composite material made of stainless steel and water, which yield higher strength, are inherently fire and seismicly resistant

More: Research, publications, resources, industrial design
publications, design research, articles, codes, resources, safety, stainless steel, plastics, fire safety, structures

Contact the Architect
Contact the Architect about your project needs by e-mail, telephone or mail; or about consultancy, services, project budgets, employment-opportunities

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