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Deborah Berke Partners to Judge the Inaugural East End Design Awards

June 20, 2017

We are pleased to be representing the architecture profession on the jury for the first annual East End Design Awards, alongside the interior designers from Roman and Williams, and landscape architects, Coen + Partners (all three firms are winners of the from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum). End, the new design magazine of the East Hampton Star, is presenting the awards, which include categories for large houses and estates, kitchens, pools, landscapes, and gardens, among others. Partner will represent Deborah Berke Partners on the jury. Entries are due on July 7. Read more here.

New Pictures: West Chelsea Apartment

June 15, 2017

We are happy to share of our renovation of . We originally completed this interior design and architectural project in 2007; at that time, we aimed to juxtapose a significant contemporary art collection with a bright but traditional interior. In 2016, we revisited this project. Senior Principal led the renovation, featuring cool, subtle tones, grass cloth to facilitate regular reconfigurations of installed art, and fresh furniture.

The apartment is located directly above an active commercial space, and our design intentionally maintains a distinction in personality and tone.

21c Museum Hotel OKC Wins Hospitality Design Magazine’s Lifestyle Public Space Award

June 9, 2017

We are pleased that our recent project has received a Lifestyle Public Space award from Hospitality Design magazine. The project, our sixth collaboration with 21c Museum Hotels, is an adaptive reuse of the Albert Kahn-designed Oklahoma City Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant.

Our contemporary interpretation integrates elements of the automotive legacy and assembly plant heritage throughout. The design takes full advantage of the scale of the building with spaces that are open, light-filled and sculpturally expressive. 21c Oklahoma City offers 14,000 square feet of contemporary art exhibition space accessible to the public, a 135-room boutique hotel, and Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge.

Partner led the design of the project with Senior Principal .