About Us

TNB Architecture was founded in 2016 out of a desire to promote well- built, universally accessible spaces designed to enhance the way we live, work, and gather.

We approach architecture holistically, designing interior and exterior spaces to seamlessly integrate with their surrounding environment. Our passion for new materials and improved building technologies has ensured that our projects are built to the exacting standards that our clients expect.

Residential Architect NYC
Brooklyn Townhouse Renovation

TNB Architecture is a boutique, sustainably focused design firm. We are a young and growing team creating spaces that integrate seamlessly with the daily lives of their users. Innovation in process and product is essential to our firm in order to ensure spaces are both useful and experiential to the users.

TNB Architecture is a boutique, sustainably focused design firm. We are a young and growing team creating spaces that integrate seamlessly with the daily lives of their users. Innovation in process and product is essential to our firm in order to ensure spaces are both useful and experiential to the users.

"Received excellent guidance to move my project in the right direction. Responsive, professional, and creative. Easy to work with, very knowledgeable, and helpful. Highly recommend!"
- Etta Lopin
"We were so happy with Neil’s design for our home renovation. He maximized the space we had and really listened to what we wanted. Neil understood our aesthetic and helped us select materials and finishes that fit our taste and budget."
- Malka Simon
"Neil Schwarz of TNB Architecture exceeded my highest expectations during all phases of a complete renovation of a 1925 sixth floor walkup apartment in the East Village. He provided solid advice and recommendations with several floor plans and options to choose from. He also offered advice on fixtures and finishes. His services were affordable and worth every penny. During the most challenging moments in the renovation, Neil remained calm, providing solutions to the most daunting of problems we encountered from navigating solutions for the coop board to dealing with gas and electric issues."
- Robert Bryant