Paul Broches, Harvey Theater without Audience and Performers
Paul Broches’ approach to architecture is grounded in a dedication to craft and architecture as a social art. At Mitchell Giurgola, Paul has established a collaborative, inclusive work style, creating welcoming spaces, sense of place and a strong connection to context. To bring aesthetic delight to community life, Paul has a strong commitment to the integration of art and architecture. An important part of his practice is the frequent involvement of artists in the design process and the incorporation of site-specific collaborations in projects.
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Paul Broches is a Partner at Mitchell Giurgola Architects and a Fellow of the American institutes of Architects. His work at the firm includes projects for the Brooklyn and New York Public Libraries, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Rockefeller University, and the NYC School Construction Authority. Mr. Broches is a member of the Board of ARC PEACE, an NGO international Peace Organization, and is also a member of the Berkeley Prize Committee, a national awards program for undergraduate architecture students intended to promote architecture as a social art through research, writing and criticism.