Coscia Moos Architecture

1616 Walnut Street
Suite 101
Philadelphia
PA
19103
Phone: 
267-761-9416
Year Established 
2010
About the Firm 
Coscia Moos Architecture, founded in 2010 by principals Sergio Coscia and David Moos, provides architectural design and master planning across a broad range of project types. From our office in center city Philadelphia, we serve clients throughout the US and internationally. Our project experience is diverse, and includes mixed use residential complexes, commercial buildings and interiors, higher educational facilities, food service and student life centers, healthcare and laboratories. Coscia Moos was founded upon the primary tenets of design excellence and client service. We profoundly believe that good design solutions are best achieved through partnership with our clients' goals, budgets and ideas. Our office embraces a teamwork approach within our studio, and with our clients and consultants to create the best possible outcomes for our clients. We are an effective organization with a wide reach, able to form strategic partnerships with consultants across a broad range of expertise. This allows us to leverage our experience and resources on significant projects while retaining a principal led approach.
Types of Work
Educational Facilities: 
25%
Foodservice/Restaurant: 
10%
Health Care/Medical: 
25%
Hotels/Hospitality: 
10%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
10%
Lab/Research Facilities: 
15%
Planning: 
5%
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
22
Architects (Registered): 
7
Interns/Draftspeople: 
12
Administration: 
3
Projects 
Chambers Lofts - 64 unit adaptive re-use and multi-family housing project in Trenton • 300 Carnegie Center Dr. - LEED Silver 3 story office building in Princeton, NJ • 1148 Wharton St - conversion of school to 45 apartment units with historic preservation tax credits • 260 South Broad Street - This iconic building, formerly known as The Atlantic Building, is centrally located on the Avenue of the Arts in Philadelphia. The building facades and ground floor lobby are protected by easement, and can be only minimally altered. The new building program included a vertical retail mall on the lower floors with new luxury apartments on floors above. Working within the constraints of the easement, the design team formulated a corner facade treatment pushing the boundaries of Philadelphia propriety. • Coscia Moos designed a new residential lobby addition to a residential lobby on the side of the building, on what is now the loading dock. The upper floors of the addition house a new indoor lap pool and exercise room. The sculpted upper mass of the building projects over the sidewalk and is visible from Broad Street. The full height, frameless glass wall affords dramatic views from upper floors back to Broad Street and to the Kimmel Center across the street. The new addition is covered in Corten steel panels which reference the traditional brick color used in Philadelphia.
Contacts
Primary Contact: 
David Moos
Principals: 
David Moos, AIA; Sergio Coscia, AIA
Marketing: 
Jen Elliott
PR: 
David Labe
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