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Deborah Berke Partners Celebrates the Opening of 21c Kansas City

July 17, 2018

We are thrilled to celebrate the opening of the 21c Museum Hotel Kansas City, the eighth branch of the 21c family tree. The project rejuvenates and transforms the historic Savoy Hotel with a dynamic design that juxtaposes the building’s historic fabric with new interventions to create 21c’s contemporary art and hospitality experiences. The iconic Savoy Grill has been reborn as the Savoy, a modern cocktail lounge and a day-to-night restaurant that serves locals and visitors alike. Like all the 21c Museum Hotels, the Kansas City location is dedicated to presenting cutting-edge art and revitalizing downtown. Read more about the hotel in Conde Nast Traveler. To read more about our work, inspiration, and design process in Kansans City, check out our recent takeover of the 21c instagram account. Congratulations to everyone at 21c!

Deborah Berke Partners Receives American Architecture Awards, Recognition from SARA New York and End Magazine

July 6, 2018

The Chicago Athenaeum Architecture and Design Museum gave the and the at SUNY Fredonia American Architecture Awards. Both projects will be exhibited at the Museum. Read about all the winners here. The Hotel Henry at the and both received commendation from the Society of American Registered Architects in New York. End Magazine, the design publication of the East Hampton Star, gave three awards to two of our projects. In the second annual East End Awards program, the magazine gave the best mid-sized house and best living room and BookHampton best non-residential project. Congratulations to all our fellow honorees!

Deborah Berke Partners Hosts Open Studio Event During 2018 AIA Conference

June 21, 2018

Last night we hosted an Open Studio reception in our Flatiron office space in conjunction with the 2018 AIA Conference. Friends, colleagues, and former employees gathered in what Senior Principal Stephen Brockman said, “felt like a DBP reunion.” We were happy to welcome so many friends—old and new—to celebrate the AIA Conference’s return to New York after a 30 year absence. Thanks to everyone who came to the party.