Koch Institute Public Gallery at MIT
Biber Architects is a tightly organized, highly experienced team of architects and designers working for more than 25 years in New York and nationally. James Biber FAIA LEED leads the firm and conceptually drives all our projects from the first introduction to the opening party, often designing the client’s next project and the next one, etc. James is responsible for such icons as the Harley-Davidson Museum, the Fashion Center Needle and Button, Gotham Bar & Grill and Mesa Grill, the Glass House Visitors Center and a long list of visual gems. We are a design-oriented architecture firm. We like to invent something different for each project. The result is a body of work that has a point of view, but not a fixed set of forms. The idea that a client deserves a building or interior or exhibition or table that is uniquely theirs is a common notion. But the idea that these projects should be based on their identity is an approach we have pioneered. We call it “The Architecture of Identity”. We accomplish this fidelity to the client identity with research and a thorough understanding of context, client and image. Add to this our experience and expertise in building, materials, sustainable design, brand and process we can craft each project as a unique response to each unique client.