Robb Report

December 8, 2018–Rebekah Bell

Three Female Architects Changing New York City

Deborah Berke—who is the first female dean of the Yale School of Architecture, as well as the founder and principal of Deborah Berke Partners in New York City—oversaw 40 East End in Manhattan. The boutique 29-unit building, which tops out at 20 stories, features a charcoal-colored brick facade and double-height windows at the street level. Sales launched this spring, and the building is on track to be completed next year.

Haute Residence

November 16, 2018–Michelle Sinclair Colman

Elegant Lighting Fixtures Illuminate Opulence

The chandelier’s design was custom made by Deborah Berke in consultation with lighting consultant Bliss Fasman. The design of 40 East End is a modern interpretation of local historic architecture, resulting in a dignified structure that grows from an articulated base and steps back neatly as it rises. Similarly, the design of the chandelier harkens to a bygone era of opulence and glamour with a modern edge. The chandelier is custom and composed of 82 glass rods.

Elle Decor

November 1, 2018

Elle Decor: 60 Seconds With Deborah Berke

In her latest interview, Deborah Berke sits down with Elle Decor to discuss her newest project 40 East End.

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New York Times

May 3, 2018–Tim McKeough

A New Tower Designed to Blend Into Yorkville

When Mitchell C. Hochberg, the president of the real estate company Lightstone, needed an architect to design a new tower just a few blocks away from his home in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan, he didn’t have to look far. The decorated architect Deborah Berke, dean of the Yale School of Architecture, lives in the building next door.

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