Abrahams-May Architects was founded in 2010 in New York City to couple conceptual clarity with an interest in material research, progressive programming, and innovative detailing.

Scott Abrahams completed his architectural studies at RISD in 1996. Scott then worked at Architecture Research Office (ARO) where he became a project architect and worked on numerous award-winning projects including the Qiora Store and Spa, Colorado House, Armed Forces Recruiting Station, Paper Wall and the Prada Epicenter NY with Rem Koolhaas' Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). Scott then had a private practice where he designed the Opaque Loft residence and an entry for the WTC Memorial Competition. Later, Scott worked on the Museum Plaza project at REX as a Senior Architect. Scott is licensed in NY state and has also taught architectural studios at RISD.

After completing his graduate studies, Kyle May quickly won an international competition (www.poto.ca) and then moved from his Midwest construction background to develop REX's Museum Plaza project. Kyle then worked on conceptual designs for residential and retail projects at Openshop | Studio, winners of the 2008 AIA New Practices Award. Later, Kyle began designing with FACE Design + Fabrication, working with clients such as D.E. Shaw, Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Steven Holl, where he completed designs from conception to fabrication and installation.

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