Shenker Architects provides services in building design and interior design. We strive to solve clients’ needs with innovative design, taking responsibility for intricate space planning, technical and aesthetic tasks, all within a realistic budget and schedule.
We offer extensive experience in a broad spectrum of architectural project types ranging from affordable to high-end residential, from medical clinics and corporate offices to restaurants and retail, from religious facilities and concert halls to manufacturing buildings.There is no project too small or too large for us – Dmitriy Shenker has been the architect for commissions ranging from tiny apartments up to 100,000 square foot projects. He has managed projects with construction costs up to $12,000,000, completed and built in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Russia and Ukraine.
Our design philosophy is based on a strong persuasion that great buildings are built by great teams, where the Client, Architect and Builder must have a sense of mutual achievement, as well as inspiration which allows us to create something special.
All projects receive personalized professional service from inception through occupancy. We design buildings as a whole system where the exterior logically rises from the inner spaces meanwhile the interior rationally reflects it’s surroundings. We strive to pay attention to every detail and building element, as well as to consistency of design throughout the whole project. We are strongly convinced that for a projects success an architects involvement is critical from the time of site consideration and far beyond construction completion.
DMITRIY SHENKER – 2006-2007 –
President of The Brooklyn Chapter of The American Institute of Architects – 2008-2011 –
Director of The American Institute of Architects of New York State – 2012-2013 –
President of the Brooklyn Scholarship Foundation of The American Institute of Architects – 2017 –
President of The Brooklyn Chapter of The American Institute of Architects – 2018-2019 –
Director of the Architect’s Council of New York