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Deborah Berke Partners Celebrates Diversity with the AIA NY Women In Architecture Committee

November 13, 2018

Last week, we were proud to host the AIA NY Women in Architecture committee for a presentation, discussion, office tour, and reception. Principals and presented recent projects and demonstrated how collaboration and a diversity of perspective strengthens our practice. During the office tours and reception, members of our staff enjoyed meeting new colleagues and discussing how we can build a more inclusive profession. Thanks to everyone who attended!

Dickinson College High Street Residence Hall Featured in Architectural Record

November 1, 2018

The November issue of Architectural Record features the at Dickinson College, the school’s first new dormitory building in more than 40 years. The first group of students moved in this fall. As Record notes, the “High Street Residence Hall’s unique form succeeds in encouraging new ways for students to be engaged with each other and with their living environment; the two-toned exterior looks toward the future while acknowledging the past.” Partner and Principal led the design of the project. We are thrilled it has been embraced by the Dickinson community. Read more about the project here.

The Richardson Olmsted Campus Wins the Richard H. Driehaus National Preservation Award

October 22, 2018

We’re honored that the Richardson Olmsted Campus has received the Richard H. Driehaus National Preservation Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the most prestigious prize in the field. The project transformed the central portion of the abandoned former Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, an architectural masterpiece by H. H. Richardson, into the Hotel Henry. Jury chair Paul Goldberger called the winners of the Driehaus program “superlative examples of preservation in action,” in the Buffalo News. Read more about the program and the other winning projects in Preservation Magazine. We were thrilled to be a part of bringing new life to this monumental structure!