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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Interior Design

Concrete Makes a Comeback

Following the lead of Tadao Ando, architects raise pouring concrete to an art form

Published in Interior Design, November 7, 2014

How Giant Architecture Firms Encourage Design Excellence

Internal competition is one of several successul methods

Published in Interior Design, January 29, 2014

Saving L.A.'s Modernist Houses, One by One

This one's a gallery; that one's a publicly accessible private home

Published in Interior Design, May 1, 2014

If I can make it there . . .

The importance of New York to architects' careers

Published in Interior Design, October 5, 2016

Glass House, Great Performance

Merce Cunningham animates Philip Johnson's estate

Published in Interior Design, August 25, 2007

Remembering the Royalton

Mourning Phiippe Starck's Miracle on 44th Street

Published in Interior Design, September 21, 2007

Noguchi's Unknown Home

An apartment the world deserves to see

Published in Interior Design, December 1, 2004

Ali Tayar obituary

The super-talented architect and designer died too soon.

Published in Interior Design, February 24, 2016

Bates Masi + Architects and David Kleinberg Design Associates Create a Contemporary East Hampton Estate

Bates Masi + Architects and David Kleinberg Design Associates create a contemporary family estate to be passed down to future generations

Published in Interior Design, May 12, 2022

SelgasCano Pair Preservation With Innovation for Their Weekend Home in Spain

For their weekend home in Spain’s western countryside, the founders of SelgasCano pair preservation with innovation

Published in Interior Design, November 4, 2021

Parrish Art Museum Explores Architecture’s Relationship With Photography

Garry Winogrand, the renowned photographer of American life, once observed: “Photography is not about the thing photographed. It is about how that thing looks photographed.”

Published in Interior Design, April 26, 2018