Robert A.M. Stern

by Amy Michelle Smith Photographed by Robert A.M. Stern== GUILD HALL of East Hampton 25th Anniversary Academy Of The Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards Dinner== Cipriani 42nd Street, NYC== March 8, 2010== ©Patrick McMullan== Photo - WILL RAGOZZINO/PatrickMcMullan.com== ==
Monday, June 20, 2011

The prolific New York architect is the mastermind behind many of New York City’s most prestigious residential properties and a variety of other structures. Some of his 220-person firm’s most recent projects include the Chatham, Tribeca Park and Tribeca Green, the Westminster, the Brompton and 15 Central Park West. The Four Seasons Downtown project is still under construction. As receiver of AIA New York Chapter’s Medal of Honor and the Chapter’s President Award, Stern is founder and Senior Partner of Robert A.M. Stern Architects and personally directs the design of each of the firm’s projects. Stern has previously served as Professor of Architecture and Director of the Historic Preservation Program at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, served on the Board of Directors of The Walt Disney Company and was the first director of Columbia’s Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture. Stern has lectured on both historical and contemporary topics in architecture extensively in the United States and abroad. The venerable Stern is also Dean of the Yale University School of Architecture. Having some of his work exhibited at numerous galleries and museums, as one amongst the architects selected to represent the United States at the Venice Biennale and author to numerous books, Stern’s profound interest in architecture and the development of New York City’s architecture and urbanism is no invisible strand.


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