Robert Cohen, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C

Robert Cohen is a licensed architect in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and is a registered interior designer in Connecticut. He is certified by the National Council of  Architectural Registration Boards, and has been practicing for over twenty years. After graduating from Cooper Union, Robert Cohen gained extensive experience at the renowned firms of Edward Larrabee Barnes and Cossutta  Associates, working on prestigious projects such as Cityplace Center and the Armand Hammer Museum.

In 1990 he established his own firm, Robert Cohen Architect. His projects are wide ranging, from urban design and master  plans for city sites; to residential, commercial and institutional design; to interior and furniture design patents and prototypes.  Robert Cohen Architect is currently working on unique residential projects, both new and renovation and addition projects in Southern Connecticut. 

For ten years Robert Cohen was vice president of the Bay Improvement Group, a nonprofit waterfront development  corporation. In 1992 he was named Honorary Fellow of the Municipal Art Society of New York. In 1998 the Arts & Business Council honored him for his work with an emerging dance company with its Volunteer for the Arts  Award.  He also received an honorable mention at the Westport Art Center inaugural exhibition, Fresh stART. He serves as a guest critic at the New York School of  Interior Design and the Fashinon Institute of Technology, Interior Design Program.

Robert Cohen is a LEED accredited professional with specialty credentials in Building Design and Construction (LEED AP BD+C)   He is conversant in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design green building system in which he implements sustainable design to maximize resources and energy efficiency while minimizing environmental impact. 

Robert is a Historical Architect. He has met the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualifications Standards for 36 CFR Part 61.

He is a member of the AIA Connecticut chapter, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the Green Building Certification Institute, and the Connecticut Green Building Council. Robert Cohen has been active with the New Canaan Historical Society and the Westport Next Workforce Senior Housing Subcommittee and is raising his family in Westport, CT.


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