Mosaic Associates is committed to designing environments that shape the way people live, learn, work, and play.

Mosaic has been a participant in the Capital Region Canstruction for the past seven years. In 2016, Mosaic designed and built a canstructure of Building Blocks around the theme “play.” Today, Mosaic learned that our Building Blocks canstructure took third place internationally in the Best Meal category!

On Thursday, March 16, Mosaic Associates sponsored a Rensselaer County Chamber Breakfast Panel that featured area college presidents. The breakfast was held at The Hilton Garden Inn in Troy, New York, and drew about 100 businessmen and women from the greater capital district. The panel featured Dr. James N. Baldwin, from Excelsior College; Brother F. […]

Team Mosaic decided to celebrate Pi Day in the office with the first annual pie “flava fav” competition. Storm Stella set us back a day, but gave our competitors ample time to bake.       There were a total of 15 entries for the pie competition, including a variety of apple pies, chocolate cream […]

Team Mosaic, led by our two team captains, Carrie Ann Spitz and Amanda Vottis, completed this year’s canstructure for the 7th straight CANstruction competition. The CANstruction competition takes place annually at the New York State Museum in downtown Albany, New York. This year, 16 teams competed to design and build a canstructure that fit the […]

Mosaic proudly accepted a Citation award for the design of Hudson Valley Community College’s Gene Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills at the American Institute of Architects Eastern New York design awards. The awards ceremony takes place annually at the Troy Arts Center to honor members’ design contributions to the built environment. Congratulations to our […]

Callie Gaspary, AIA and Joanne Vogel will present at the upcoming Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) in Providence, Rhode Island on March 14-18. They will be speaking about interdisciplinary work spaces and how classroom design can be shaped by maker spaces. Breakout Session 5: Interdisciplinary work spaces: How museums and maker spaces can inform classroom […]