Theodore Liebman, FAIA, is a Principal at Perkins Eastman and a leading expert in the planning and design of large-scale urban housing and mixed-use projects.
- Co-founded The Liebman Melting Partnership, which focuses on affordable housing and neighborhood development, where he designed and build several thousand units of new housing and several new communities in northeastern United States
- Focused on issues of housing, lifestyle, and culture in the urban environment as a part of a comprehensive view of long-term sustainability that challenges the limits of density and celebrated urban communities while advocating for the efficient use of land and resources
- Currently leading the firm’s work in mixed-use urban projects, building on the cultural, lifestyle, building technology, and town planning strengths that keep the firm at the cutting edge of new housing and urban planning theory
- Lectures extensively and served on architectural juries at many universities in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America
- Serves as adjunct assistant professor at New York University. He also is a recipient of the prestigious Rome Prize Fellowship in Architecture
Last updated 8/25/16