COMPANY PROFILE

N2Design offers the client a single source for integrated design solutions in commercial and residential architecture, interior and graphic design.

N2Design grew from the vision of Harry Nicolaides. His concept was to build a multi-disciplined firm that would revolve around the client, catering to and celebrating the vision. Three guiding principles lay the foundation of the firm; creative design solutions, breadth of services and the N2 client-team approach.

Design Solutions: N2 is dedicated to the creation of original and vibrant designs inspired by our clients. We are committed to each client’s unique viewpoint and program. The client’s vision serves as a blueprint upon which our design professionals build, fulfilling the client’s needs with creative and exciting solutions.

OUR APPROACH

Each client is assigned a team of N2 staff members who will work on the project from inception to completion. The client team is involved in everything from design and construction documentation to project administration. This is coupled with a guarantee of personalized involvement by the firm’s partner. Placing responsibility for the project with this dedicated team has resulted in a feeling of ownership and the opportunity for the team to see the end result of their work. This process creates a dynamic work environment in which energetic, multi-disciplined minds consistently exceed customer goals and expectations.

This unique client-focused approach has been nationally recognized, through publications and award winning designs. In the pages that follow, we would like to introduce our leading design professionals and a sampling of our work. We look forward to helping you with your design solution.

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS


Archangel Michael Church

The American institute of Architects Long Island Chapter

November 2015

Ronald McDonald House of Long Island

Queens Chamber of Commerce New York

November 2006

Boston University

American School and University

May 2005

MCA Records offices, NY

AIA Long Island Chapter

November 2001