Anne Holford-Smith AIA, LEED AP
Anne Holford-Smith brings over 30 years of experience practicing architecture in New York, and has been with PBDW since 1992. Her work includes preservation, new construction, and master plans for major cultural institutions in New York.
She directed the firm’s award-winning restoration work at the Cooper Union Foundation Building, the Appellate Division Courthouse and the new offices for The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and recently completed the expansion of the Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel as well as the restoration of the Cemetery’s Gatehouses. She is currently managing the construction of the Moise Safra Center, a new, 65,000 square foot multi-purpose facility that will serve New York’s young Sephardic community. She is also managing a new Net-Zero residence hall for Williams College’s Center for Development Economics.
Ms. Holford-Smith serves as a Commissioner on the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, and is a member of the Association of Preservation Technology and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute.