Dirk Kramer, AIA
Associate Partner

University of Pennsylvania, Master of Architecture, 1978
University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts, Honors, 1975

Dirk Kramer has been involved in the planning and design of large scale institutional, commercial, and residential projects. He is currently the associate partner-in-charge of the Three Trees Residence in Aspen, Colorado and the Sag Harbor Residence in Sag Harbor, Long Island.

Mr. Kramer recently completed a duplex condominium in midtown Manhattan; and the Hilltop Residence and 6D Ranch Lake House, both in Austin, Texas. Prior to that he oversaw the design and construction of the David Geffen Foundation Building and the Maple Associates Ltd. Office Building, both in Beverly Hills, California; and the Center for the Arts for the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Corporate interiors projects he has directed include offices for PaineWebber in New York City and the Capital Group in Los Angeles; and the renovation of the public-use interior spaces in the Citicorp Center and at 717 Fifth Avenue in New York City.

Mr. Kramer was responsible for the Saint Vincent's Comprehensive Cancer Center in New York City. He has played an important role in many other major renovation and adaptive reuse projects such as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Renovation and Addition, in New York City, and the American Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York. A registered architect and member of the American Institute of Architects, Mr. Kramer joined the office in 1982 and was named an associate partner in 2000.

Photographer: ©William Taufic