Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners
Join Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners at its office for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects. This program is part of First Friday, a monthly opportunity for League members to visit the offices of leading design practices to see work on the boards and learn more about the offices’ organization and design processes. These informal social gatherings feature happy hour drinks arranged by the host office.
Based in New York and Washington D.C., Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners was established in 1968. The practice, according to the firm, is “focused on architecture empowering people — their interaction with each other on streets and in neighborhoods, their pleasure in moving through the city, and their connections to the surrounding physical fabric.”
Recent projects include the Chicago Innovation Exchange at the University of Chicago; the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp, Belgium; and Harvard University Undergraduate House Renewal, Swing Space and Interiors. Current projects include Longwood Gardens, Main Fountain Garden Restoration in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania; and the renovation and addition of Building E52 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The firm is also involved in The New York City Mayor’s Office and the Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency.
Beyer Blinder Belle is located at 120 Broadway between Pine and Cedar
All guests must enter via the Cedar Street entrance
Picture ID is required
120 Broadway, 20th Floor