Fred Bernstein has degrees in architecture (from Princeton University) and law (from NYU) and writes about both subjects. He lives in New York City and has two sons.
Uber and Tinder are just the app-etizersPublished in Metropolitan Home, May 31, 2016
A roundtable of experts on making existing houses greenerPublished in Metropolitan Home, April 7, 2008
Master Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen used his signature vocabulary to create a unique rocky mountain retreat.Published in Metropolitan Home, December 4, 2006
A topflight Manhattan designer expanded her father's house on Long Island and brought it forward from the 1970s.Published in Metropolitan Home, December 4, 2005
Boston-based architect Adolfo Perez turned a mid-century starter house into a home of substance for design-wise clients.Published in Metropolitan Home, December 4, 2005
Contemplative architect George Suyama built a house for himself and his wife that is as hospitable to the landscape as it is to the couple's guests.Published in Metropolitan Home, December 4, 2005
Big Architecture in a Small TownPublished in Metropolitan Home, April 1, 2002