Donny Silberman, Associate Partner, has been with Robert A.M. Stern Architects since 2013. He is currently at work on a high-rise residential development in New York City; the first residential towers to be built to Passive House Standards in North America, Alberni Towers, in Vancouver, Canada; and a confidential hospitality project in China.
Mr. Silberman has previously contributed to the design and management of 1331 Maryland, a multifamily residential building in Washington, DC that received approval from the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts; 1601 Vine Street, a 32-story mixed-use residential building in Philadelphia; Arris, a mid-rise residential building at The Yards, a new riverfront neighborhood on the former grounds of the Washington Navy Yard Annex; a new high-rise condominium building in Los Angeles; Audley Square House, a seven-story apartment block in London’s prestigious Mayfair District; the Morgan, a 30-story apartment tower in Hong Kong; Harbor City and surrounding developments at Nansha Bay, a new, mixed-use waterfront district near Guangzhou, China; and a large-scale residential development in Shanghai.
Mr. Silberman’s work has been published in Interior Design, Washington Business Journal, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Mr. Silberman received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University. He is a registered architect in the State of New York and is NCARB-certified.