Title: Architect, Planner
Location: New York, New York, United States
Charles A. Platt II, Architect and Planner, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in architecture.
Over the last 54 years, Mr. Platt has demonstrated his top skills as an architect through numerous roles in his industry in the greater New York City region. Today, he is a partner of Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, an architectural design firm that he co-established in 1989. Previously, he found success as an associate professor for the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning, general partner of Charles A. Platt Partners, and general partner of Smotrich & Platt. Additionally, Mr. Platt has provided his expertise through his career-related civic work. He was a member of the board of trustees and former president of the board for the Augustus Saint-Gaudens Memorial at the National Historic Site in Cornish, NH, member of the board of directors for the Municipal Art Society, member of the Gracie Mansion Conservancy, member of the board of directors for the New 42nd Street Inc., and executive committee member for the New York chapter of the American Institute. Mr. Platt is an architect by profession, but an artist by choice. He has performed solo painting exhibitions in NYC. Notably, his work has been featured at the Freight and Volume Gallery, the Garrison NY Art Center and the Saint Gaudens National Site.
To prepare for his career, Mr. Platt first pursued and completed his education. A graduate of Harvard University, he achieved a Bachelor of Arts in 1954 followed by a Master of Architecture in 1960. To support his career goals, he earned FAIA and NCARB certifications. When asked of his success, Mr. Platt notes that he was born into a family of artists and architects. Growing up in an artful environment was inspiring and naturally allowed him to develop artistic techniques and a creative eye for architecture and design. As he looks to the future, Mr. Platt intends to continue in his current work while creating and sharing new pieces of art.
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