Gans studio has completed a series of single family residences built in Maine, Connecticut and New York State, and a variety of commercial projects restaurants and apartments in New York.
Their continuing focus on emergent forms of social practice includes alternative and transitional forms of housing, and graphic guidelines and a school desk for The School Construction Authority of New York. With James Dart Architects, they executed a community based planning and design project for New Orleans East funded by HUD and slated to culminate in the construction of 150 houses.
Current work includes a master plan for The Graham School in Hastings-on-Hudson New York that involves the construction of several new dormitories and a cafeteria and campus center . October 2010 is the dedication of rose window for The Museum at Eldridge Street, New York that is a collaboration between Kiki Smith and Deborah Gans.
Weitzman Residence (2005)
New York City
Renovation of interior, facade, and garden of a Manhattan townhouse
Yoga Sutra (2005)
501 5th Avenue, New York
7000 sq foot yoga school with studios and lecture/exhibit space in Midtown Manhattan across from the main branch of the New York Public Library.
Limited competition for a garden
13 Acres (2003)
Published Competition Project for a school and nature center
321a Greenwich Street (1999)
321a Greenwich Street, New York City
8,000 sf gut renovation, addition, and residential conversion of the oldest building in TriBeCa
Straus House (1998)
Upstate New York
3000 square foot renovation and addition to a painter's summer studio
TacoMadre Mexican Kitchen (1995)
New York City
Development of a prototype for an international chain of "authentic" Mexican fast food restaurants varying between 400 and 1500 square feet.
Epstein House (1991)
Mt. Desert Island, Maine
New 2500 square foot house