Studio ST Architects is a full-service, woman owned, architectural firm located in Manhattan. The firm believes in innovative and responsible design and is intrigued by computer technologies that are changing design and production methods and strives to apply these tools in creative ways.

Studio ST completed the renovation of the 14th Street Y in 2010 and is currently designing the West Side Jewish Center Synagogue – an 20,000 square foot, $8 million renovaiton project in Manhattan. The firm has completed many residential projects ranging from high-end apartment to low budget real-estate developments including apartment buildings, duplex combinations single family homes.

Studio ST’s work has been published in architectural magazines and monographs in North America, Europe and Asia. In 2008, Studio ST was selected by Wallpaper magazine as one of the “World’s 50 Hottest Young Architectural Firms” and the Swell House was selected by Architectural Record as “Best Unbuilt House” for 2008. In July 2009 they were selected for the best 40/40 exhibition in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Sustainable Building Design

We believe in innovative, responsible architecture and use cutting edge computer technologies to enhance sustainable design and production. Studio ST is committed to exploring low budget, creative, green designs as well as high-end residential interiors.

Esther Sperber, AIA

Esther founded Studio ST Architects in 2003 after working at Pei Partnership Architects for more than five years during which she had the privilege of working closely with Mr. I M Pei. Esther Sperber writes and lectures on architecture and psychoanalysis, two fields of praxis that strive to reduce human distress and widen the range of human experiences. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Lilith Magazine, The Huffington Post among others. Born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel she studied architecture at the Technion in Haifa and Columbia University in New York.