Join ULI Westchester/Fairfield on February 25, 2021 at 12:00pm EST for a presentation on the architectural history and design of early-20th-century apartment buildings in Westchester and Fairfield Counties, led by Gary Brewer, partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Gary will discuss the rise in popularity of apartment living in the area and present case studies of successful multi-family housing developments. Drawing from his extensive experience in the design field, Gary will also share critical lessons learned and best practices for present and future multifamily housing design. Questions and answers will follow the presentation.
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Gary Brewer is a partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, leading the design of institutional, hospitality, and residential projects. His work includes the Spangler Center, complementing McKim, Mead & White’s 1920s master plan for the Harvard Business School campus; and a hotel, conference center, and golf clubhouse on Kiawah Island in South Carolina. He has designed single family houses in locations such as Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts; Westport and Wilton, Connecticut; East Quogue, New York; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Charleston, South Carolina; and Seaside, Florida. He is currently working on two new projects in Charleston: a mixed-use building that involves the restoration of a historic train shed and repurposing notable Charleston single houses; and the first senior living building located on famed King Street.
Gary has lectured extensively on traditional house design, the history of pattern-book houses, and New York City clubs, and is a co-author of the recently released monograph, Houses: Robert A.M. Stern Architects (The Monacelli Press, 2021). He is a fellow emeritus and board member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and co-chair of The Classicist Committee. Gary lives in a classic American Foursquare house in Park Hill, Yonkers, which he discovered while working on the Perkins Visitor Center at Wave Hill in the Bronx.
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