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40 East End Avenue Sales Center Opens

June 15, 2018

Last night, we celebrated the opening of the sales center for 40 East End Avenue, a boutique condominium building now under construction on the Upper East Side. The sales center features a model living room and kitchen, master and guest bathroom, and lounge space. The New York Times unveiled the design in May, noting its contextual reinterpretation of the neighborhood’s masonry buildings. We are serving as design architect and interior designer, working in partnership with GKV Architects. Lightstone Group is developing the building. For more information about 40 East End Avenue, visit the building’s website.

Artist Charlotte Lethbridge Shows Her Work at Deborah Berke Partners

June 7, 2018

As a part of our ongoing Artist Program, Charlotte Lethbridge is showing a series of paintings in an exhibition titled, “Cliff Hangers, Red Herrings, and Unreliable Narrators,” in our Flatiron studio. “Inspired by photographic images, each painting takes a small moment and gives it context in a new narrative, within which it becomes a significant scene,” Lethbridge writes. We have hosted exhibitions in our studio for over twenty years because we believe that art enhances daily life. The show is on view by appointment at 220 Fifth Avenue, 7th floor. Contact rsvp@dberke.com.

ArchDaily Featured the Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia

May 23, 2018

ArchDaily has published the at the State University of New York at Fredonia. This visual and performing arts center includes the renovation of an I.M. Pei building and our new addition, which turned the former service entrance into a new gateway for the campus and community. While Pei used a language of concrete and glass with metal accents, our addition is more textured and transparent with zinc, glass, and board-formed concrete accents. The project honors the modernist tradition of the campus and reinterprets that design language for the 21st century. Read more here.