On a large property in northwestern Connecticut, Deborah Berke Partners designed this modern house to frame a long view to the south. The Sackett Hill house offers numerous other physical and visual connections to the meadow outside and mountains beyond.
Deborah Berke Partners
At Deborah Berke Partners, we distill complex considerations–environmental, social, and aesthetic–into meaningful architecture. Our work is transformative: from the reimagination of old buildings, to the creation of exquisite new ones.
Our buildings create powerful first impressions and continue to delight. The architecture we make captures the values and aspirations of our clients; strives to enrich the world around it through enduring design; and is mindful of the distinctive qualities of each place.
We connect people and places to create meaningful and lasting experiences: we consider how changing daylight shapes a room; how people move into a site and through a building; how materials feel and look through repeated use. Our approach is human-centered at all scales, from the broad vision of masterplans to the focused details of interiors (and everything in between).
We designed this Hamptons compound when the property’s existing, beloved Norman Jaffe house no longer fit our client’s needs. We began by designing a master plan for the 7.6 acre site.
We served as design architect of the residential units at 432 Park Avenue, the noted and exceptionally tall tower developed by Harry Macklowe and CIM Group. We were also the interior designer of the building’s model unit
Duplex Barrow Street was completed recently by New York – based Deborah Berke Partners. Description by Deborah Berke Partners: Hired by a technology entrepreneur with a great design sensibility to reshape and furnish his New York apartment, we refinished major surfaces, updated lighting, and dramatically improved the apartment’s connections to its landscaped terrace. We also […]