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Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Contemporary American Architecture Practice – Manhattan Design Office, USA
post updated March 12, 2023
Robert A.M. Stern Architects News
Oct 26, 2016
Digital reconstruction of Soane’s Bank of England in London
image : Andrii Rodych, 3DVisDesign, Ukraine
Bank of England Building Digital Reconstruction
HP reveals the results of a crowdsourced project to resurrect one of architecture’s greatest losses
Destroyed in the 1920s, Soane’s Bank of England is considered one of modern architecture’s greatest losses.
Apr 19, 2013
GSK Headquarters Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Interiors design: Francis Cauffman ; Core and shell architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects
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GSK Headquarters Navy Yard
GSK has been transforming its workspace throughout the world, and evolving and enhancing the collaborative model with each project. The Navy Yard is the first office built and designed from the ground up to meet GSK’s needs for a flexible, interactive, healthy, and productive workspace. Prior to the move, Francis Cauffman created three pilot projects where GSK employees tested furniture and technology solutions.
Francis Cauffman Architects
Aug 27, 2011
The Clarendon, Boston, MA, USA
photograph : Peter Aaron – Esto
The Clarendon, a 32-story residential tower in Boston where Back Bay meets the South End, addresses a complex urban hodgepodge—buildings of different vintages, scales, and materials to create a new connection in the fragmented middle ground between two very different neighborhoods. The site stands opposite Henry Cobb’s iconic John Hancock Tower (I.M. Pei & Partners, 1976).
Key Projects by Robert A.M. Stern
Featured Buildings by Robert Stern, alphabetical:
The Brompton, Upper East Side, New York, USA
22-storey condominium tower
99 Church Street, World trade Center site, lower Manhattan, New York City, USA
image : dbox Courtesy of: Silverstein Properties
99 Church Street Tower at the WTC
Hotel/condo tower adj. Woolworth Building, New York, USA
Museum of African Art, 5th Avenue, Upper Manhattan / south Harlem, New York
Located in lower part of 19-storey luxury residential tower
Tour Carpe Diem, Paris, France
image : studio amd for Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Robert Stern Paris Tower
15 Central Park West, Manhattan, USA
up to 35 storeys
202 limestone-clad apartments
Zubiarte Shopping Centre, Bilbao, Spain
part of Abandoibarra masterplan
More Robert Stern Architects projects online soon
Address: 1 Park Ave, New York, NY 10016, United States
Phone: +1 212-967-5100
Location: 1 Park Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, NY, USA
RAMSA New York Practice Information
Robert A.M. Stern architect studio based in Manhattan, New York, USA
Robert A.M. Stern is an architect, teacher, writer, and the former Dean of the Yale School of Architecture.
Stern first visited Philip Johnson’s Glass House as a Yale Architecture student in 1961, and soon began a long and enduring professional friendship with Johnson.
After graduating with his Master of Architecture degree in 1965, at Johnson’s suggestion (and with his oversight) Stern began his career developing programs for the Architectural League of New York as the League’s first J. Clawson Mills Fellow.
In 1985, Stern recorded a series of interviews with Johnson that were edited and published in 2008 as The Philip Johnson Tapes: Interviews by Robert A.M. Stern. Johnson was a featured guest in Stern’s “Pride of Place: Building the American Dream,” an eight-part, eight-hour documentary television series that first aired on the Public Broadcasting System in 1986. Stern was the 2011 Driehaus Prize laureate and in 2008 received the tenth Vincent Scully Prize from the National Building Museum.
In 2007, he received both the Athena Award from the Congress for the New Urbanism and the Board of Directors’ Honor from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America. Before returning to Yale in 1998, Stern was Professor of Architecture and Director of the Historic Preservation Program at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University.
He served from 1984 to 1988 as the first director of Columbia’s Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture. Stern has lectured extensively in the United States and abroad on both historical and contemporary topics in architecture. As founder and Senior Partner of the 260-person New York-based Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Stern directs the design of each of the firm’s projects.
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