New London Architecture

Bethany Borel

Associate Partner


Bethany Borel
Since joining COOKFOX in 2012, Bethany’s combined knowledge of architecture and interior design has been a valuable asset to a variety of New York City projects. Bethany is currently managing the construction of a new facility on 97th Street for the Marymount School of New York. Her other recent projects include the interior design of private homes, a wellness-focused biophilic high rise in Tampa, FL, the International WELL Building Institute Headquarters, and interior renovations for the amenity and private living spaces of a residential condominium tower in Manhattan. Within the Hudson Square neighborhood, Bethany led the interior design for 555 Greenwich, a new zero-carbon commercial workplace building. 

Bethany frequently speaks on the topics of biophilia and high-performance design at events such as Greenbuild and the New York Green Building Conference. Additionally, Bethany teaches sustainability studio course at the New York School of Interior Design and regularly serves as a guest juror at Columbia University and the Pratt Institute. Bethany and her work have been featured in publications such as Interior Design Magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and others. 

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NYLON: Innovation in New York and London

City Dialogues

13 March 2023

NYLON: Innovation in New York and London

Watch NYLON as we look at the impact of increasing innovation districts on the urban fabric of cities.

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