Andrew Berman is an architect, founder of the New York-based firm Andrew Berman Architects. His work focuses on the realization of unique and finely executed buildings and spaces, with a specific attention to a balanced use of materials. Since its establishment in 1995, the firm has gained recognition thanks to architectural designs, such as: the Center for Architecture for the American Institute of Architects, the National Opera Center (2012), and the Sculpture Center (2014) in New York; the Writing Studio (2008) and the MoMA PS1 Entrance Building (2011) in Long Island.
In 2010, Berman received the Emerging Voices Award by The Architectural League of New York, in 2014, became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and, in 2016, received the Architecture Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Andrew Berman Architects is one of the ten architecture firms selected for the design of the first Vatican Pavilion at the next Venice Biennale (2018).
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