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David has a unique background blending architecture and ecodesign with environmental economics and policy. He has a strong dedication to the belief that positive, often symbiotic, solutions exist to our environmental and economic issues, and looks for ways to apply this approach to design and policy.
David is an adjunct assistant professor at Parsons the New School for Design, teaching ecodesign in several departments. He is the author of Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide, published by Princeton Architectural Press. He speaks frequently to both professional and lay audiences.
Specialties: contemporary, sustainable (green) design; environmental/economic policy; lighting
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY, US, Adjunct Ass't Professor
Over the course of 20 years, created and developed curricula for undergraduate ecodesign courses in four departments: architecture, product design, design+management, and environmental studies. Participated in committees to develop and implement environmental education.
David Bergman Architect, New York, NY, US, principal
Founder and principal of environmentally-focused architecture and interior design practice devoted to excellent client relationships, individual design solutions tailored to client and project needs, attention to detail and process through and beyond end of project.
Redroof Design, New York, NY, US, Project architect/project manager
Project Architect. Oversaw design, development and construction for high-end projects in an architecture and interiors firm. Responsibilities included design development and execution, meeting with clients and contractors, managing teams, meeting deadlines.
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, US, MArch, M.Arch
Yale University, New Haven, CT, US, Bachelors, BA
Double major in architecture and economics