Davis Brody Bond is a US architectural firm.
On April 13, 2004 the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation announced that Davis Brody Bond would serve as the associate architects to assist Michael Arad and Peter Walker with their design for Reflecting Absence, a planned memorial to the September 11, 2001 attacks at the World Trade Center site. The design of the Memorial Museum below the Plaza was later awarded to the firm, as well.
Headquartered in New York and with offices in Washington, DC; São Paulo, Brazil; and Seattle, Washington, Davis Brody Bond is led by five partners: Steven M. Davis, William H. Paxson, Carl F. Krebs, Christopher K. Grabé, and David K. Williams.
Davis Brody Bond has been honored with more than 175 major design awards including the American Institute of Architects Firm Award, the highest honor given to an architectural practice as well as the 2000 Presidential Design Award for Excellence.
Among its commissions are the National September 11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center; the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture; the new Portico Gallery at The Frick Collection; a new infill building and restoration of the historic New York Public Library; the Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center at Northwestern University; research facilities for Harvard University; industrial facilities in Central and South America for Valeo; the Data Processing and Administrative Center for the U.S. Census Bureau, and the master planning and design of a new university in Zimbabwe.