Emerging Voices winner profile

Della Valle Bernheimer

Della Valle Bernheimer | Philbrook Butterfly Pavillion, Tulsa, OK, 2005. Image courtesy Della Valle Bernheimer

The Architectural League’s annual Emerging Voices program spotlights North American architects, landscape architects, and urban designers who have significant bodies of realized work and the potential to influence their field.

Della Valle Bernheimer won a 2007 award.

Della Valle Bernheimer principals Jared Della Valle and Andrew Bernheimer have created a diverse portfolio, including residential, commercial, and public architectural projects.

“Founded on recognizing moments of simultaneity and exploring the unexpected through the innovative use of the familiar and the available,” Brooklyn’s Della Valle Bernheimer’s most recent projects in Manhattan have included 245 Tenth, a residential condominium tower along the High Line; 459 West 18th Street; and a renovation of 23 Beekman Place, Paul Rudolph’s former apartment and office. In cooperation with the New Foundations Program of the New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Della Valle Bernheimer recently served as developer and architect of an affordable housing project in East New York, which sought to bring cutting-edge design and architecturally differentiated buildings to affordable housing.

They have received numerous awards from the AIA and Washington University in St. Louis, and have been previous participants in the Architectural League’s Young Architects Forum. 

Listen to the Della Valle Bernheimer Emerging Voices lecture below