Paul L. Buck, AIA, has provided architectural design and planning services to leading educational, cultural, non-profit and commercial organizations for more than two decades. He has designed:
- Classrooms, labs, libraries, playgrounds and athletic facilities for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and Friends Seminary
- State of the art film auditoriums for Columbia University and The Museum of Modern Art.
- Performing arts spaces for Ballet Hispanico of New York and SUNY Purchase.
- The collection storage area for the Parrish Art Musuem.
- Office interiors and building conversion projects for, among many others, the NYC Outward Bound Center, the Fund for the City of New York, The Samuels Foundation, the New York Foundation and Catholic Charities of New York.
- High-rise housing, restoration and adaptive reuse projects for commercial developers.
After graduating from the Cornell University College of Architecture in 1968, Paul served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Venezuela. He was a project architect at Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates from 1972 to 1975 after which he was a founding partner of Buck/ Cane Architects. In 2002 he established the firm of Paul Buck Architect. He has been a visiting critic at Cornell, a NYSCA Architecture Planning and Design panelist, and a member of the Design Advisory Committee to his local school district. Paul is a licensed architect in New York State, member of the AIA, registered nationally by NCARB, and is a LEED accredited professional.
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