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Adding to an existing building, compared with ground-up new construction, isn’t always so glamorous.

Articles in the Harvard Gazette and Harvard Magazine take a look at Beyer Blinder Belle’s design for the renovation of Winthrop House, one of Harvard’s neo-Georgian undergraduate residential Houses, as part of the University’s House Renewal program.

The Frick Collection begins an exciting chapter as it unveils a design for the landmark museum’s restoration and expansion. Beyer Blinder Belle is honored to be involved, working as the executive architect in collaboration with Selldorf Architects, managing the multi-discipline consultant team, restoration of historic elements, and documentation.

An article in Metropolis chronicles the reuse of the Times Square Theater, the last of the historic theater renovations on New York City’s 42nd Street.

By adding our voice to the US Architects Declare initiative, BBB continues the firm’s commitment to sustainability and advocacy for healthy living environments, positive social impact, and a low-carbon future.

BEYER BLINDER BELLE invites you to a virtual series discussing the social, political, architectural, and material challenges surrounding preservation and Postmodernism.

Older building materials and practices allow some historic buildings to achieve unexpected energy efficiency. Often more significant, however, is the embodied energy derived from an existing building’s construction and maintenance.

The Building Innovation Hub recently published the following piece, by DC Historic Preservation Review Board Member Andrew Aurbach and BBB's Gretchen Pfaehler, about the aligned goals of sustainability and preservation in Washington DC and beyond.

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Carmen Menocal has 15 years of experience in master planning, programming, architectural design, documentation, and construction administration for higher education and institutional new construction and large-scale renovation projects.