Margaret Gorman is a New York State Registered Architect and LEED Accredited Professional with fifteen years of experience. Prior to beginning gormanschweyer, she worked for six years in the office of Deborah Berke & Partners Architects and for two years in the office of Khanna Schultz, where she gained extensive experience in high-end residential design and construction. Margaret also worked for Polshek Partnership (now Ennead Architects) and Perkins Eastman Architects on a variety of award-winning institutional projects. Margaret received a Master of Architecture from Columbia University in 1996 and a Bachelor of Science from the College of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology in 1992.
Caroline Schweyer is a New York State Registered Architect and LEED Accredited Professional with a focus on historic preservation and fifteen years of experience working in the U.S., Europe, and Southeast Asia. She has worked both as an architect and preservationist for private firms and not-for-profit organizations, including the World Monuments Fund and the U.S. National Park Service. Her background encompasses a wide range of project types and approaches, from the use of traditional materials and techniques for the restoration of a world-renowned temple at Angkor, Cambodia and a medieval castle in France, to the adaptive re-use of landmark historic buildings in lower Manhattan, and modern interior renovations in Paris and New York City. Caroline received a Diploma in Architecture from the Ecole d' Architecture Paris La Seine in 1993 and a Diploma in Art History from the Ecole du Louvre in Paris in 1992. After completing her education in France, she was awarded a Fulbright Grant to continue her studies in the U.S. She received a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University in 1995.