Biber Architects celebrated its 6th birthday 10/10/16! 

We opened our studio on 10/10/10 as a gesture to our friend Julius Shulman who was born (and turned 100) on that day.

In the 6 years since moving our office to the Woolworth Building we have completed dozens of projects both public and private. The most public is the USA Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015, representing our nation at the latest world’s fair. But among the public projects are a series of NYC projects for a variety of municipal agencies that use design as a tool for effective governing. These projects, serving those underserved by design, are among the most important we have done. The Cooper Hewitt Design Museum is currently exhibiting one of these projects as part of “Designing a Better America”. And, our work for the Success Academy Charter Schools has made classrooms, at the multitude of public schools they operate, beacons of effective design for thousands of NYC schoolchildren. 

Thanks to all the staff, the clients and the supporters who have made Biber Architects successful!
We love what we do, and we love doing it with all of you.