Alan Baer Architect

Alan Baer is an architect in private practice in Ulster County, New York. His work ranges from residential, to artist’s studios, to restaurants, to larger cultural projects, including exhibition design. His current, most recently completed project is the Artist’s Palate Bistro, on Main Street, in Poughkeepsie, NY. Previously affiliated with Kenneth Hewes Barricklo, Architect, Alan served as project architect for restoration projects at the New York Botanical Garden, Fort Apache, also in the Bronx, and City Center Theater in New York, all of which received preservation awards. From the mid 1970's through the 1980's, he was affiliated with Carl A. Strauss and Associates Architects, in Cincinnati, Ohio, a groundbreaking firm recognized for having introduced modernism to the City of Cincinnati, beginning in the 1930's. He is a member of Kingston, New York's Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission. He also serves on the Exhibition Committee for the Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, New York. Educated at the University of Cincinnati, Alan Baer has engaged in continuing education at Xavier, Pratt, RPI, and Harvard.

Alan Baer is a registered architect in New York.