Kimberly Sheppard, AIA

Kimberly Sheppard and Michael Gabellini, courtesy of Gabellini Sheppard Associates.


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Location : New York, NY.


Honors : Wifijerez Best of Year Awards; IIDA Wifijerez Competition awards; AIA Institute Honor Awards. 


Bio : Refined spatial composition, material sophistication and masterful detailing infuse the architecture and interior design of Kimberly Sheppard. Responsible for creating a range of luxury environments and branding concepts with over twenty five years of professional experience, she began collaborating with Michael Gabellini in 1994 and became a design partner in 1998. Sheppard has been project designer and manager of many of the firm’s major hospitality and retail projects.  Hotel interior projects include The Edition in Istanbul, The Public in Chicago, and currently under renovation, the Knickerbocker in New York City, which is set within a National Landmark building. Internationally realized boutique concepts, as well as large scale retail centers include projects for Jil Sander, Giorgio Armani, Nicole Farhi, Gianfranco Ferré, Salvatore Ferragamo, David Yurman, Elena Miro, as well as The Village at Westfield London, and the ongoing public interior space renovations and extensions of the Mall of America in Minneapolis. A registered architect in the states of New York and Nevada, and a member of The American Institute of Architects, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design.


Completed Projects :

A Pearl Anniversary: David Yurman's Uptown Flagship

Gabellini Sheppard Returns for Rainbow Room and SixtyFive


In the News :

Michael Gabellini: 2001 Hall of Fame Inductee

The Pump Room Gang: Yabu Pushelberg Renovates the Public Chicago's Iconic Restaurant

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