Scott Duenow AIA
Scott Duenow has 25 years experience working on all aspects of architecture, including new construction, additions, and adaptive reuse, with a special emphasis on the restoration and preservation of Landmark buildings.
His award-winning work at PBDW includes the renovation of the New-York Historical Society, the restoration of the Louis Armstrong House Museum, and the adaptive reuse of Fordham University’s Duane Library. Current projects include the restoration and renovation of the Park Avenue Armory as a performing arts venue, a new, 12-story residential building on the site of a Landmark building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, and new, 200,000 square foot mixed-use development in Harlem.
Mr. Duenow received his Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Iowa State University. He is a Board member of the Preservation League of New York State and is an active member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the Association for Preservation Technology and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.