KieranTimberlake

841 North American Street
Philadelphia
PA
19123
Phone: 
(215) 922-6600
Fax: 
(215) 922-4680
Year Established 
1984
About the Firm 
The alchemy of art, science, analysis, and intuition with regard to the built environment is our core mission. Founded in 1984, KieranTimberlake brings together the experience and talents of nearly 100 professionals of diverse backgrounds and abilities in a practice that is recognized worldwide. Our projects include the programming, planning, and design of new structures as well as the conservation, renovation, and transformation of existing buildings, with special expertise in education, government, arts and culture, civic, and residential projects. Common to all our work is that each project begins with a question and continues its development within a culture of continuous asking, ensuring that design results from deep investigation. KieranTimberlake is committed not only to delivering the highest quality services to our clients, but also to pursuing ideas that push the practice of architecture forward.
Types of Work
Educational Facilities: 
25%
Historic Preservation/Restoration: 
5%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
5%
Housing (Single Family): 
5%
Interiors: 
5%
Lab/Research Facilities: 
8%
Libraries: 
5%
Museum/Galleries: 
5%
Planning: 
10%
Public Work (Civic/Gov't): 
5%
Religious Facilities: 
5%
Theater/Entertainment: 
5%
Transportation: 
2%
Urban Design: 
5%
Special Services 
Post Occupancy Evaluation
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
80
Architects (Registered): 
37
Administration: 
10
Projects 
Embassy of the United States, London; Pound Ridge House; Master Plan for the Central Delaware; Dilworth Park; Kimmel Center Master Plan; Brockman Hall for Physics, Rice University; Morse & Ezra Stiles Colleges, Yale University; Center City Building, University of North Carolina Charlotte; Northwest Campus Student Housing, University of California, Los Angeles; Charles David Keeling Apartments, University of California, San Diego; Single and Multi-family Homes, LivingHomes; Meeting House and Arts Center, Sidwell Friends School; West Campus Residential Initiative, Cornell University; Make It Right, Special NO 9 House; Houghton Memorial Chapel and Multifaith Center, Wellesley College; Sculpture Building and School of Art Gallery, Yale University; Loblolly House; Cellophane Houseâ„¢, Home Delivery Exhibit, The Museum of Modern Art; Suzanne Roberts Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company; 1315 Hill Street Apartments, Ann Arbor, MI; Silliman, Davenport, Berkeley, and Pierson College Renovations, Yale University; Stewart Middle School and Lower School, Sidwell Friends School; Atwater Commons, Middlebury College; New Residence Halls & Dining Facility Planning, The University of Chicago; Student Activities Master Plan, Stanford University; SmartWrapâ„¢ Exhibit, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; Melvin J. and Claire Levine Hall, University of Pennsylvania; Pre-School and Lower School, Durham Academy
Awards 
We have received hundreds of design citations, including the Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects in 2008 and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture from the Smithsonian Institution in 2010.
Contacts
Primary Contact: 
Stephen Kieran, FAIA; James Timberlake, FAIA
Consultant: 
Richard Maimon, FAIA, Partner
Supplier: 
Shelly Noga, Business Manager
Marketing: 
Aracely Coronado
PR: 
Carin Whitney
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