On Wednesday, November 1st at 7:00pm ET at Kavookjian Hall of the Diocesan Center in New York, under the auspices of Diocesan primate, Bishop Mesrop Parsamyan, and organized by the Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center, architect David Hotson will give an illustrated presentation on “The Making of Saint Sarkis Church in Dallas, Texas,” which was named the US Building of the Year 2022 by World-Architects.
David Hotson_Architect is an architectural design firm based in New York City.
Founded by David Hotson in 1991, the office works on private cultural, institutional and residential projects located anywhere in the world with current projects in New York City, the Hudson Valley, Vermont, Texas, and the Caribbean.
The firm focusses on architectural space as the primary medium of design, shaping figural spatial volumes filled with natural light.
The office has been featured in The New Yorker, the New York Times, Architectural Record, Interior Design, Detail, The Plan, Architectural Digest and many other publications, and has been featured on architecture and design websites in over thirty countries.
The office has been recognized by the international Architizer A+ Awards program, and has received a ‘Best of Ten’ Award from the editors of Interior Design Magazine, who selected the SkyHouse penthouse as the single most extraordinary apartment project from a decade of ‘Best of Year’ Award program winners.
In January 2023 the Saint Sarkis Church complex was designated as the 2022 ‘US Building of the Year’ on the influential ‘World-Architects’ web platform.
David Hotson received a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of Waterloo in southern Ontario Canada and Master of Architecture degree from the Yale University School of Architecture. He is a registered architect in the state of New York.