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Steven Harris Architects
Architect, Interior Designer
Steven Harris Architects LLP
Established in 1985, Steven Harris Architects is an award-winning firm with extensive and varied experience in both public and private commissions. Offering interior and landscape design in addition to comprehensive architectural services, the firm's projects are integrated and cohesive. The firm takes a collaborative approach to design, and because the design process is individually tailored to the site, context, and the client’s program, each project is unique. Renowned for impeccably crafted and expertly managed projects, the firm is particularly adept at navigating the complex approvals process of cooperative boards, the NYC Department of Buildings, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Recent works include the design of an eco resort in Guatemala; a luxury residential building on Bond Street in Manhattan; and private residences in New York City, the Hamptons, California, India, and South Africa. The firm has received several AIA awards as well as Interior Design Best of Year in 2007, 2009, and 2010. Steven Harris, also Professor of Architecture at Yale, was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2008.
The firm's work has been published widely in periodicals – including Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Interior Design, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, World of Interiors, Town & Country, Details, New York, House and Garden, Newsweek, and Elle Décor – and books, including Restoring a House in the City, Tropical Modern, Waterfront Retreats, and The New American Dream. The firm’s first monograph, True Life (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010) explores the connection between their architecture and the lived experience.
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