Located in New York City since the founding of the practice in 1963, Polshek Partnership is known for architectural excellence and longstanding commitment to cultural, educational, governmental and scientific institutions. James Stewart Polshek and his six partners believe that the most elegant architectural responses are both technically and socially relevant to their time and place. Characterized by a collaborative process, the architectural solutions are rooted in extensive research involving analysis of context, program, public image and environment and construction technologies. The firm’s commitment to dynamic solutions for hard-to-solve problems has led them to the completion of 100s of projects around the world and important contributions to the cultural life of their cities. Among the most notable projects are the Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, the Entry Plaza and Pavilion at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, the Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center in Mashantucket, Connecticut, and the soon to be completed William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.