Rotwein Blake Architects in Livingston, NJ
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Visualization for a new ground up one-story club house for a prestigious golf club, totaling approximately 25,000 sf.

Whippany Village

Thoughtfully designed to command attention along highway frontage, Whippany Village proudly showcases 46 residential units and 16,000 square feet of retail space. Nestled in the heart of Whippany, the building’s architecture pays tribute to the town’s rich local heritage while embracing the future of urban living. This intentional blend of history and modernity creates a […]


This new 3 building retail complex is part of a mixed-use redevelopment plan by Russo Development to transform the former Merck site into a new transit-oriented destination. Situated across from Kean University, the buildings create an edgy vibe that complements the campus and the surrounding neighborhood.


Rotwein+Blake was tapped by Taylor Partners, LLC to design SwimQuest, a 10,000 SF aquatic center that provides children with an immersive experience that goes beyond swim instruction. Parents and their toddlers are treated to a sensory and tactile experience throughout.  Blending elements of earth, sea and sky with a huge underwater mosaic reef, exotic tropical […]

Commons Cafe

A freestanding culinary kiosk located adjacent to the corporate Commons office was designed by Rotwein+Blake to serve as an amenity within the park. It has become a visual focal point as well as a popular stop for the park community. The outdoor dining space beckons as a gathering spot, not just for food, but it […]

Hilton Garden Inn

A recent extension of the Hilton Garden Inn, Above Rooftop’s sophisticated metropolitan design boasts twenty-foot high floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular panoramic views of the city. The lounge, which sits above a brand new luxury wedding ballroom, has an outdoor terrace that wraps around the floor with numerous heated cabanas for guests to enjoy. There is […]

Fair Lawn Promenade

The complex was developed on existing Brownfield site as mixed use development. The site location required retail buildings to be designed with all facades as equals due to visibility from all sides. Design implemented typical town center with central commercial zone surrounded by residential with circulation around all buildings. Facades were treated with combination of […]