21c Museum Hotel Lexington


Lexington, KY
112,000 square feet
2016
Type: Hotels
This new 3,500 square foot house is defined by the juxtaposition of its horizontal planes with the dramatic topography of the wooded site, including a sloping landscape at the rear of the house down to a meadow below.
This new 3,500 square foot house is defined by the juxtaposition of its horizontal planes with the dramatic topography of the wooded site, including a sloping landscape at the rear of the house down to a meadow below.

This new 3,500 square foot house is defined by the juxtaposition of its horizontal planes with the dramatic topography of the wooded site, including a sloping landscape at the rear of the house down to a meadow below.

Key People


Deborah Berke

Stephen Brockman
Project Lead

Gabriel Ce
Project Manager

Terrence Schroeder
Project Designer

Collaborators


Deborah Berke Partners
Design Architect, Interior Designer

Perfido Weiskopf + Wagstaff Goettel, LLC
Executive Architect

KLH Engineers
MEP Engineer

Illumination Works
Lighting Design

Judith B. Williams
Historic Preservation Consultant

McKim, Mead & White
Original Architect

Recognition


Design Award of Excellence,
Historic Preservation
AIA Pittsburgh


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7th Floor
New York NY 10001
212 229 9211

©2020 Berke Architects D.P.C.