An architecture and interior design firm of more than 60 people who share a goal: to create buildings and spaces that are poised between background and foreground, where the presence of architecture is in a constant balance with the forces of life. Deborah Berke Partners design work is often described as having a refined, elegant aesthetic, but they like to think of it as being both bold and subtle at the same time.
The company believes that they become better designers by always trying new things, which allows them to bring a fresh eye to everything they do. For more than 25 years, this team has completed a diverse body of work that ranges from custom furniture to master planning, and everything in between.
They enjoy working with individuals, educational institutions, cultural groups, and innovative developers to make private homes, public buildings, facilities for the arts, and distinctive hotels. The company projects share what we call a “knowing simplicity,” a fine and deliberate crafting rooted in how our clients will inhabit the places we design.
While New York City is their home, they also have completed projects in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and around the U.S.They have become especially adept at shaping their architectural language, using regional materials and technologies, based on the character of a place, and more importantly, how people live and work there.
Deborah Berke Parnerts clients understand that they have a unique design vision that makes them no less dedicated to serving them. Their customers value quality and know that great design is never superficial, and also recognize that the quality found in their projects comes from the fineness of our thinking as much as from the thing itself.
The dialogue between boldness and subtlety inherent in their projects may not always be obvious to their clients, but they appreciate the results of this delicate balancing act nonetheless.
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