commoncraft is a Brooklyn-based architectural design practice that is defined by an interest in and concern for how everyday spaces are made. We design through close collaborations with both builders and clients, and strive to use common architectural means and methods to craft uncommon architectural ends.
Zach is an architectural designer, researcher, and educator. Zach has practiced in offices such as Steven Holl Architects and Marvel Architects, and was a Research Lead at the Self-Assembly Lab at MIT. He is currently visiting faculty at Pratt Institute and at the City College of New York. Zach holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master of Science in Architecture Studies from MIT.
Tony is a licensed architect with extensive experience in New York offices such as BIG, nArchitects, and hanrahan Meyers. His portfolio includes River Ring, a mixed-use development in Brooklyn, NY, the Heights, a secondary school in Arlington, VA, and Carmel Place, NYC’s first modular, micro-housing building. Tony holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky & a Master of Architecture from Cornell University.