Tagged: Bernheimer Architecture

SCE Faculty Honored at 2015 AIA New York Awards


At the recent AIA New York Awards for 2015, a number of SCE faculty received honors for some of their recent projects. In the residential category, Andrew Bernheimer and Bernheimer Architecture won a merit award for their Quonochontaug House in Charleston, Rhode Island. David Leven and LevenBetts received two merit awards in this category, one for a home […]

SCE Faculty Participate in OpenStudios:Emerging Voices on July 11


Midtown and Queens Studio Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Downtown and Brooklyn Studio Hours: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Bernheimer Architecture House Receives AIA Award


The weekend house on the coast of Rhode Island uses daylight to create shifting patterns of light througout the day.

Andrew Bernheimer and Bryan Young Publish Fairy Tale Architecture Projects in Places Journal

The Snow Queen: Cluster of Bees. Image: Young Projects

Andrew Bernheimer, Director of the M.Arch program, and SCE architecture faculty member Bryan Young have contributed projects to Fairy Tale Architecture, and ongoing series curated by Bernheimer and his sister Kate,in which diverse architects explore the intimate relationship between the domestic structure of fairy tales and the imaginative realm of architecture. Bernheimer Architecture’s contribution, St. Ides, […]

Bernheimer Architecture selected to design mixed-use project at Brooklyn Academy of Music


SCE’s M.Arch program director Andrew Bernheimer’s firm, Bernheimer Architecture, is part of the larger design and development team chosen to design an extensive mixed-use project within the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) Cultural District.

School of Constructed Environments Faculty Create Architectural Fairy Tales

Last December, the Design Observer blog featured a series of architectural fairy tales designed by Parsons SCE faculty members Andrew Bernheimer, Jing Liu, Emily Abruzzo, and Gerald Bodziak.