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Cooper, Robertson & Partners

www.cooperrobertson.com

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Location/Contact

  • 311 West 43rd Street
    New York, NY 10036

Services

Firm Description

Cooper, Robertson & Partners is an architecture and urban design firm based in New York City which provides design, programming, and development services to institutions, public agencies, private landowners, and property development clients.

Founded in 1979 on the core conviction that architecture and urban design are inextricably linked, the firm has steadily grown from a company of six people to its current size of seventy designers and support personnel engaged in the execution of major urban design and architectural commissions worldwide.

Projects

  1. The new Whitney Museum of American Art

    The new Whitney Museum of American Art

    New York, NY, United States

  2. Harlem Village Academies High School

    Harlem Village Academies High School

    New York, NY, United States

  3. Duke Cancer Care Center

    Duke Cancer Care Center

    Durham, NC, United States

  4. Award Winning Master Plan of the Central Delaware

    Master Plan of the Central Delaware

    Philadelphia, PA, United States

  5. Award Winning Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College

    Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College

    New York, NY, United States

  6. Award Winning Richard Rogers Amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park

    Richard Rogers Amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park

    New York, United States

  7. SoHo Loft

    SoHo Loft

    New York, NY, United States

  8. Campbell’s Gateway District Vision and Marketing Plan

    Campbell’s Gateway District Vision and Marketing Plan

    Camden, NJ, United States

  9. Bridge Park

    Bridge Park

    Washington, DC, United States

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