Associates

  • Armando Amaral
  • Jennifer Bailey
  • Frederic J. Berthelot
  • Gaylin M. Bowie
  • Michele Bruno
  • Katie Casanta Rasmussen
  • Lawrence Chabra
  • Philip Chan
  • Johnny Cruz
  • Mario Cruzate
  • Timothy S. Deal
  • Christian Dickson
  • Peter Morris Dixon
  • Brian F. Fell
  • David Fishman
  • Sean Foley
  • Ken Frank
  • Anya A. Grant
  • William Gridley
  • Nikki Hartle
  • C. Callaway Hayles
  • Carlos Hurtado
  • Kevin Kelly
  • Jonathan Kelly
  • Kyung Sook Gemma Kim
  • Christopher T. LaSala
  • Chris Lee
  • Jennifer Lee
  • Tanya Lee
  • Thomas A. Lewis
  • Renaud Magnaval
  • Christopher McIntire
  • Sungchan Park
  • Esther Park
  • David Pearson
  • James A. Pearson
  • George K. Punnoose
  • Slobodan Randjelovic
  • David R. Rinehart
  • Allen Philip Robinson
  • Alexis M. Ryder
  • Susan A. Ryder
  • Kley Salas
  • Eric Silinsh
  • Kaveri Singh
  • Colin Slaten
  • David Solomon
  • Mike Soriano
  • Megan St. Denis
  • Frank Stevens
  • R. Craig Stevens
  • Jacob Tilove
  • Rosalind Tsang
  • William West
  • Leticia Wouk Almino
  • Juenan Wu
  • Bruce Yao
  • Winnie Yen
  • Charles Yoo
  • Paul G. Zembsch

Victoria M. Baran

Victoria Baran, Senior Associate, has been with Robert A.M. Stern Architects since 1998. Her responsibilities have involved the design and administration of residential projects in Kiawah Island, South Carolina; New Haven, Connecticut; and Los Angeles, California. She was on the design team for Fifteen Central Park West, an 890,000 square foot, two-tower high-end residential project occupying a full city block along Central Park in New York City, and also oversaw the design and administration of alterations of several apartments in the building. Ms. Baran is currently working on a private residence in Long Branch, New Jersey, and the interior architecture of a landmarked residential building in New York City.

Prior to joining Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Ms. Baran worked with LS3P in Charleston, South Carolina; Antoine Predock Architect in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects in New York City. Ms. Baran's work has been published in House & Garden.

Ms. Baran received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College and her Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University where she was awarded the Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship. She is a registered architect in the State of South Carolina.

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