Deborah Berke & Partners Architects
|Deborah Berke & Partners Architects|
|Location||New York City|
|Projects||21c Museum Hotel
Yale School of Art
|Awards||AIA Kentucky Honor Award
AIA NY Merit and Design awards
SARA NY Council Award of Excellence
Deborah Berke & Partners Architects is a New York City-based architecture and interior design firm founded by Deborah Berke and led by Berke, two partners, Maitland Jones and Marc Leff, and two principals, Stephen Brockman and Caroline Wharton.
Established in 1982, Deborah Berke & Partners Architects designs a mix of hotels, residential, commercial, and institutional projects. The firm has designed houses in the Hamptons, Westchester County, Connecticut, New York City, and the Caribbean.
Since its founding in 1982, the practice has been the recipient of multiple national and regional awards for its work. The 21c Museum Hotel (2006) in Louisville, Kentucky won the American Institute of Architects Kentucky Honor Award in 2011, the AIA NYS Excellence for Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse in 2007, and the Best of Year Award for Hospitality Design, Interior Design Magazine, in 2006. Deborah Berke & Partners Architects won an AIA NYS Award of Merit for the Marianne Boesky Gallery in 2009. In 2009 the Irwin Union Bank was awarded a Citation for Design by AIA NYS and an AIA NY Merit Award for Architecture. In 2007, the James Hotel Chicago earned a Citation for Interiors from the AIA NYS and the firm was awarded the Hospitality Design Award for Creative Achievement, Hotel Luxury, by Hospitality Design. The firm received AIA NY Design awards for Box Studios (2004), the Baron Loft (2001), and the Howell Loft (1999). In 2012, 48 Bond Street received an Award of Excellence from the Society of American Registered Architects NY Council.
In 2014, Deborah Berke was recognized for her work designing Box Studios, Marianne Boesky Gallery and 48 Bond Street, winning sites of Built by Women New York City, a competition launched by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation during the fall of 2014 to identify outstanding and diverse sites and spaces designed, engineered and built by women.
- The Laureate, New York, New York (2011) (interior design only)
- European College of Liberal Arts Master plan, Berlin, Germany (2010)
- Serkin Center for the Performing Arts, Marlboro College, Marlboro, Vermont (2005)
- James Hotel Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Arizona (2004)
- Tyler School of Art/Temple University Master plan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2003)
- Marlboro College Master plan, Marlboro, Vermont (2001)
- Yale School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut (2001)
- Hope Branch Library, Hope, Indiana (1996)
- Battery Park City Parks Conservancy, New York, New York (1993)
- Industria Superstudio, New York, New York (1991)
As of May 2012[update], current projects include follow-ups to the 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville, Arkansas; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Lexington, Kentucky. The firm is also working on the design of a community arts center in Manhattan that is home to Mabou Mines and Performance Space 122, the László Z. Bitó '60 Conservatory Building at Bard College, an addition and renovation to the Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia, and a new residence hall at Dickinson College.
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