Architectural Digest has included Deborah Berke Partners in the AD 100, the magazine’s catalog of the world’s most important architecture and interior design firms.
At Deborah Berke Partners, the main goal is to design buildings that are elegant, authentic, inventive, and modern. The team is formed by architects and designers who resolve complex considerations – programmatic, urbanistic, environmental, and social – to distil buildings and spaces to their essence.
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.
For years, Deborah’s singular vision guided that process as she built a practice of like-minded people. Over time, the company refined an ethic based on virtues like balance and thoughtfulness. Their work became known for its simplicity, clarity, thoughtful use of materials, and a sensitivity to the landscapes and local contexts in which they build. The buildings were drawn from complex sources, but today they look timeless.
They work at many scales, and in almost all project types, and their many design capabilities and deep expertise make them better than ever at applying their collective vision. They celebrate the intrinsic and indispensable possibilities within each project.
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