Located in an historic industrial building along the Hudson River, the award-winning firm of Ferguson Malone Architecture offers multi-disciplined, comprehensive services in architecture, engineering, planning, and interior design. Committed to personalized and quality service, we offer creative vision tailored to fit the individual needs of our clients while practicing socially responsible and environmentally sound architecture.
Representing a diverse range of residential, commercial, and institutional clients, our integrated services adapt to the specific requirements of each project. We have a proven track-record of working with challenging physical, budgetary, and zoning constraints to bring our projects to successful completion. The firm's philosophy is deeply rooted in appreciation of the client's vision and lifestyle objectives. The majority of our business comes from referral, and many of our projects are for "repeat" clients.
The firm is a member of the United States Green Building Council.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in recognition of architectural excellence for the design of the Irvington Town Hall Theater Expansion.
Award for Excellence from the Greater Hudson Heritage Network in recognition of collaboration in the creation of the Irvington Historic District Design Guide and Recommendations.
2016 Design Award from the Westchester + Hudson Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the Dogwood House.
Nominated by Westchester Magazine for 'Best House' in their annual Design Awards issue.
Design Award from the Westchester + Hudson Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the O'Hara Nature Center in Irvington, New York.
Recognized by Westchester Home Magazine as designers of one of the "Best of the Decade" projects on the occasion of their Tenth Anniversary Special issue.
Recognized by Westchester Magazine as one of the top "Great Architects"
Honor Award for Design Excellence from the American Institute of Architects for the resoration of an early 50's Usonian home, and a modern addition honoring the Frank Lloyd Wright Taliessen genre, Bedford, New York.
Special Design Award for Adaptive Reuse, from the Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the proposed rehabilitation of the Tarrytown Lakes Eastview Pumping Station building, Tarrytown, New York.
'Good Design is Good Business' Award, sponsored by Architectural Record Magazine, for the Eileen Fisher Headquarters and Creative Center in New York City and Westchester.
Recognized by Westchester Home Magazine as architects for one of "The Ten Most Beautiful Homes in Westchester"
High Honor Award from the Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the Eileen Fisher Headquarters and Creative Center Offices in New York City and Westchester.
Citation Award recognizing Architectural Excellence from the Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for preservation and adaptive resuse of the McVickar House, Irvington, New York.
Earl Everett Ferguson, AIA / LEED AP
Before founding his own firm over thirty-five years ago, Earl Ferguson’s previous experience included work as project designer for the prominent architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and later for internationally renowned architect/industrial designer George Nelson. A principal of Ferguson Malone Architecture, Mr. Ferguson’s responsibilities include design direction, client relations, and administration.
He is the recipient of numerous awards recognizing design excellence, and his work has been widely published. Teaching experience includes the School of Environmental Design at Pratt Institute and guest critic at Ohio University, Parsons School of Design, and Dalton College.
Mr. Ferguson has served as a juror on the Lumen Awards for excellence in lighting design, and as juror for the National Council of Interior Design Qualification examinations. He served as Chairman of the Architectural Review Board, and currently is a member of the Board of Directors for Irvington Landmark Preservation, Inc. and chair of the Historic District Committee in historic Irvington-on-Hudson, New York.
Mr. Ferguson is a Registered Architect, a member of the American Institute of Architects, the International Code Council, and is certified by the Green Building Certification Institute as a LEED Accredited Professional. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Environmental Design from Pratt Institute and a Certificate for Executive Education from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
John Malone, AIA / LEED AP
John has over twenty years of experience in the practice of architecture. Before founding Ferguson Malone Architecture, John was, since 2004, an architect at Earl Everett Ferguson Architect. Prior to his partnership with Earl Ferguson, John worked as a project architect at Boston and Cincinnati firms.
John has experience with a broad range of projects, spanning local residential to large-scale institutional work. He is seasoned at guiding projects through all phases: planning, design, and construction. Working within a projects many constraints John strives to find artful and functional solutions that reflect the desires and needs of the client.
John’s work has won awards from the American Institute of Architects for residential, commercial and public works, as well the Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition for conceptual work.
A registered architect in multiple states and LEED certified, John has also served on community-based boards -- consulting on historic districts, civic preservation projects, and as a Trustee for the Village of Irvington. John holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.