Architect, Urban Planner, Design Critic and Author
Alexander Gorlin, FAIA is a noted architect, urban planner, design critic and author. His internationally recognized firm Alexander Gorlin Architects specializes in a wide range of design programs that span the economic and cultural spectrum including religious institutions, schools, high-end residential, affordable, and supportive housing for the homeless, as well as master planning. His firm has completed an entire neighborhood of 300 pre fabricated affordable town houses in Brooklyn for the Nehemiah group and two buildings for Common Ground in the Bronx. Alexander Gorlin has taught at the Yale School of Architecture and was a Rome Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Rome. Architectural Digest has again selected the firm for its prestigious AD100 designation in 2014. He is the author of five books including two on the contemporary American Town house and most recently on “Kabbalah in Art and Architecture” published by Pointed Leaf Press and in London by Thames and Hudson.