New York, New York, United States
Mustafa Abadan has been involved in the design of a wide range of corporate, civic, and institutional projects that have helped redefine and enhance urban environments around the world. With a focus on integrating architecture, engineering, and sustainable strategies, he approaches each project as a singular opportunity to explore ideas of physical and social context, spatial experience, and tectonic expression.
Mustafa has extensive experience designing complex urban projects that accommodate multiple uses and incorporate thriving civic spaces. In addition, with a keen interest in program-driven project typologies, he has developed a parallel expertise in the design of health, science, and education buildings.
Notable completed mixed-use projects include the Time Warner Center, 101 Warren, and 250 West 55th Street in New York, as well as Tokyo Midtown in Japan and the Zuellig Building in the Philippines. In addition, projects such as the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Mortimer B. Zuckerman Research Center, and the Hess Center for Science and Medicine at Mount Sinai have been significant architectural additions to these New York institutions.