The Ike Kligerman Barkley architecture and interior departments collaborate with our clients, craftsmen and colleagues to conceive beautiful, unique environments to suit the personalities of both the inhabitants and the landscapes. For over 25 years, the firm has designed buildings and interiors across the country and around the world: a Georgian townhouse in the River Oaks neighborhood of Houston; a mountain lodge in Aspen; a loft in a repurposed butter factory in Manhattan; a vernacular white villa in Cabo San Lucas; a Romanesque building on Stanford’s campus; and a rambling, weathered shingle house in Martha’s Vineyard.
With offices in New York City and San Francisco, the firm serves clients smoothly from coast to coast and beyond. From either office location, projects are realized through traditional handicraft and cutting-edge processes. Structures are imagined in impressionistic watercolors and communicated through sketches; they are also digitally rendered and designed using the latest technologies, including an in-house 3D printer. From these initial designs through construction, there is always focus on selecting the best materials as enduring integrity is a hallmark of our work.
Ike Kligerman Barkley has received receive numerous awards, including the AIA New York Chapter Award, the DDB Stars of Design Award, the ICAA Julia Morgan Award and the ICAA Stanford White Award, as well as recognition in the AD100 since 1995. In 2010, the Monacelli Press published our first monograph, Ike Kligerman Barkley: Houses; our second book with the publisher, The New Shingled House, featuring 14 unique residences debuted October 2015.