Lynn Gaffney RA, LEED AP, is a nationally recognized architect (Dwell, Metropolitan Home, New York Times) whose firm, Lynn Gaffney Architect (lga) founded in 1997, has produced a range of work diverse in scale, program, spatial qualities and aesthetic styles.

Throughout her career Lynn has been fortunate to find clients with an inquisitive and collaborative spirit. Lynn builds a team specific to each assignment including the client, colleague, craftsperson, carpenter, contractor. She keeps focus on shared goals while integrating each individual’s creative strengths. Together the team challenges the status quo and transforms the project’s objectives (as well as obstacles) into uniquely tailored solutions.

Lynn pursues and considers all prospective projects on the basis of achieving balance - in life (work/ live), in site locale (urban/rural), and in client type (residential/ commercial/ institutional). In addition she has consistently supported various non-profits with pro-bono work and is always intrigued to hear about these opportunities.

Lynn lives and works in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn with her husband and young daughter.

Certifications and Awards
American Institute of Architects

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Contact: Lynn Gaffney
Location: 449 3rd Street, Unit #4
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Typical Job Costs: $150,000 - $1,500,000
Costs noted are the range for Construction Costs. Lynn Gaffney Architect's fees fall within the range of 15% to 25% of Construction Cost depending on scope of architectural services as well as size of project.
Commented: Love the cabinets. What material is it? We used kerei board here - "Manufactured from reclaimed sorghum straw and no-added-formaldehyde adhesive, Kirei board brings a beautiful new element to modern interior design." quote source
September 15, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Which IKEA product are the sliding wall panels? Thank you for your interest. These are custom screens designed and built for the space. They are not from IKEA.
August 5, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: what type of wood of the floor? Thanks. The floor is polished concrete with local bluestone aggregate. There is radiant heating set within the floors.
July 11, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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