Donald Sherefkin is an architect whose projects range from urban loft renovations to rural retreats to sacred spaces, extending from the heart of New York City to New England.
Sherefkin practices architecture in New York and Vermont, and also pursues various graphic and product design ventures. He has taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where he also headed the University’s in-house architecture office at Mies van der Rohe’s historic campus. He has participated in architectural juries at Harvard, MIT, McGill, and Pennsylvania State University. BArch, The Cooper Union; graduate work with Daniel Libeskind, Cranbrook Academy. Sherefkin has taught at Bennington since 1996.