brigitte cook AIA, LEED AP


Brigitte Cook has been with PBDW since 2008. She has more than 15 years of experience in adaptive reuse, architectural design, and historic preservation. During her career she has managed complex cultural and educational projects, integrating new design and technologies into significant historic institutions. Some of these projects include the Park Avenue Armory, the New-York Historical Society, Bay Head Yacht Club and Saint David’s School. Most recently, Ms. Cook has garnered acclaim as the Project Manager for the award-winning restoration of 462 Broadway which won both the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, the Stanford White Award and the Municipal Arts Society’s MASterworks Award for Best Restoration.

Ms. Cook has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. She received a Master of Architecture and a Master of Historic Preservation at Columbia University, and completed a Bachelor of Design in Architecture at Clemson University.