Fred A. Bernstein


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.

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Metropolitan Home

A Natural Spirit

In Central Washington State, Painter Leo Adams unveils his masterpiece: a house that gives new life to found objects

Published in Metropolitan Home, May 2003test!

My New App: Splainer

Uber and Tinder are just the app-etizers

Published in Metropolitan Home, May 31, 2016test!

How Green Is My Renovation?

A roundtable of experts on making existing houses greener

Published in Metropolitan Home, April 7, 2008test!

Sky-High Style

Master Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen used his signature vocabulary to create a unique rocky mountain retreat.

Published in Metropolitan Home, December 4, 2006test!

Outside The Box

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, 2005test!

Second Nature

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, 2005test!

White on White

Big Architecture in a Small Town

Published in Metropolitan Home, April 1, 2002test!

Trade Secret: New Orleans

A boutique hotel among the quaint and the conventional

Published in Metropolitan Home, October 2005test!

A Well-Grounded Loft

Met Home of the Month

Published in Metropolitan Home, July 2007test!

Abigail Turin

Published in Metropolitan Home, September 2004test!

Get Off the Ground

Will Coop Himmelblau's "Open House" be realized?

Published in Metropolitan Home, January 1, 2000test!