March 10,2023

2014 AD100: Robert A. M. Stern Architects

by David Stewart

History remains a wellspring of ideas for Manhattan-based Robert A.M. Stern , a noted architect and scholar as well as the dean of the Yale School of Architecture. “I continue to be inspired by Sir Edwin Lutyens, Mies van der Rohe, and Sir John Soane,” says Stern, whose lauded oeuvre includes such cultural buildings as the recently completed George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas as well as apartment towers and houses. The latter, ranging from Georgian to Shingle Style, are the subject of his firm’s upcoming book, Designs for Living (The Monacelli Press). No matter the building type, he and his 285-person team balance historicist tendencies with new technologies and sustainable innovations. “There are always wonderful new challenges,” he says. ramsaom

  • David Stewart
  • March 10,2023

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