April 14, 2024

Andrew in Conversation with Anne Pundyk at East End Arts

March 14, 2024

University of Buffalo Reopens Crosby Hall

March 13, 2024

Andrew to Lecture at the Architectural League

February 26, 2024

Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias Visits Skokie Public Library

February 16, 2024

University of Buffalo Students Visit Andrew Berman Architect Studio

February 9, 2024

Andrew at Rural Studio

January 3, 2022

Sculpture Studio in Interior Design

January 12, 2021

Van Cortlandt Branch Library receives AIANY Award of Merit

November 10, 2020

Casabella Profile

October 5, 2020

Building of the Day

June 16, 2020

100 Day Studio - Just Enough

July 15, 2019

Van Cortlandt Branch Library Ribbon Cutting

June 24, 2019

Andrew at Mantova School of Architecture

January 22, 2019

A 32-Year Journey to Hell's Kitchen, MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.

January 9, 2019

MCC Theater opens

December 20, 2018

Andrew at the University at Buffalo

October 1, 2018

Andrew at the Order of Architects in Lecco

August 23, 2018

Sculpture Studio is Archtober's Building of the Day

March 28, 2018

ABA to design a chapel for the Vatican Pavilion at Venice 2018

March 26, 2018

Andrew at Mantova School of Architecture

March 19, 2018

Skokie Public Library Masterplan

March 7, 2018

ABA selected for Inwood Public Library redevelopment

October 5, 2017

East End Design Awards

April 18, 2017

Stapleton Library receives AIA/ALA Library Building Award

April 18, 2017

Princeton Public Library 2nd floor is now open

March 15, 2017

AIANY Awards for SculptureCenter and Re-Envisioning Branch Libraries

February 9, 2017

Casabella profile

December 14, 2016

NYPL Washington Heights Branch makes New York Times Best of 2016 list

March 29, 2016

Andrew receives Architecture Award from The American Academy of Arts and Letters

March 22, 2016

MCC Theater Breaking Ground

March 10, 2016

Andrew at The Cooper Union

February 17, 2016

Rethinking Space: A Panel Discussion

November 2, 2015

Andrew to Speak at Ball State University

October 31, 2015

SculptureCenter is Archtober's Building of the Day

October 21, 2015

Designing Tomorrow's Library Symposium

September 26, 2015

ABA to open studio for League's Student Program

September 10, 2015

Seaport Exhibition Space Opening

August 12, 2015

Watermill Residence on the cover of AI magazine

July 11, 2015

Open Studios: Emerging Voices

June 30, 2015

30 years of Emerging Voices Book Release

June 20, 2015

SculptureCenter receives AIANYS Design Award

May 5, 2015

Stapleton Library honored with IALD Award

May 1, 2015

Stapleton Library receives NYC Neighborhood Library Award

April 27, 2015

Center for Architecture as Storefront model

April 27, 2015

Andrew Berman presents at the CLA Library Conference

March 1, 2015

SculptureCenter featured in Architect Magazine

February 25, 2015

SculptureCenter receives Lucy G. Moses Award

January 29, 2015

Stapleton Library featured in C3

January 25, 2015

Stapleton Library receives the Wood Design Award

January 12, 2015

Library Design Study Presentation at The New School

December 4, 2014

Re-Envisioning Branch Libraries Conference

October 29, 2014

Stapleton Library is featured in Casabella

October 20, 2014

Islesboro Residence complete

October 3, 2014

SculptureCenter Re-Opens

August 10, 2014

Watermill Residence featured in Architectural Record

July 23, 2014

Re-Envisioning Branch Libraries Design Study

May 19, 2014

Larchmont House receives Residential Architect Design Award

March 3, 2014

Stapleton Library receives AIANY Award of Merit

March 3, 2014

Washington Heights Children's Library now open

February 28, 2014

Stapleton Library receives Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award

February 3, 2014

Andrew D. Berman FAIA

December 10, 2013

Selected projects featured in 'We Build the City'

December 5, 2013

Stapleton Library receives Interior Design Honor Award

December 5, 2013

The National Opera Center receives Interior Design Honor Award

September 26, 2013

Stapleton Library receives AIANYS Award of Merit

September 26, 2013

The National Opera Center receives AIANYS Award of Merit

September 26, 2013

Keynote Address at the 2013 AIA Iowa Annual Convention

May 31, 2013

Planthouse Gallery renovation complete

April 5, 2013

The Architecture League of New York- First Friday Event

February 1, 2013

Sculpture Center ground breaking

November 18, 2012

MoMA PS1 South Galleries open

September 28, 2012

The National Opera Center opens in New York

March 9, 2012

MoMA PS1 Entrance Building receives AIANY Design Award

April 4, 2011

Andrew Berman lecture at OSU
Andrew Berman Architect has a 16-page profile in the October 2020 edition of Casabella. The MCC Theater, Sculpture Studio, Van Cortlandt Branch Library, and other library projects are featured.

Stan Allen contributed an essay, 'A New York Architect', in which he writes: 

"Andrew Berman is a New York architect. In a global age, when architects spend their lives in airports, practicing far from home, building for cultures they don’t know or understand, and working through an elaborate chain of associated architects, Berman works on his own, almost exclusively in and around New York City, where he is based. This means engaging both the building culture of the city, with its burdensome regulatory apparatus and complicated logistics of construction, as well as the culture of a dynamic, cosmopolitan city. It is a brash and unforgiving city, driven by finance and impelled relentlessly to growth, often at the expense of its past. But it still functions as a creative capital, where pockets of artists survive, and despite the odds, a place of bottom-up invention and improvisational creativity. It is a place where wealthy clients support a robust community of smallscale builders, fabricators and craftsmen. Working close to home means that Berman can be on the building site, in close contact with the process of construction. It is an attitude more common in an earlier generation that maintained a commitment to working locally. It means that as an architect, he lives with what he has made: it forms the fabric of the city where he lives and works."