Jeffrey Sherman

Jeff Sherman, Principal, Delson or Sherman Architects PC



Jeff is a founding principal of Delson or Sherman Architects, where his attention to detail and close site involvement during construction set a standard for design excellence. His deep understanding of structure, his compositional acumen, and his intellectual rigor set the creative direction of the firm.

Prior to co-founding Delson or Sherman, Jeff was a project manager for retail design at Pompei AD. For several years, he taught office and restaurant design studios at NY School of Interior Design. And he has written articles for the magazines Metropolis, Vogue, In Style, and Feed.

Jeff’s volunteer work included chairing the Design/Buildout Committee for the Green Hill Food Coop through completion of construction. He served as a board member of the Prospect Heights CSA. And he managed a successful campaign for safer crosswalks and bike lanes along Washington Avenue: initiating a traffic-calming design with the Department of Transportation, petitioning city officials, garnering press coverage, and seeing the project through completion.

Jeff received a Master of Architecture from Yale University’s School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, serving for years as an alumnus interviewer. He is a licensed architect in New York State and a LEED AP.