Tim Butler, AIA
Tim Butler has over 22 years of experience in architecture with an emphasis in high-end residential and museum projects, and is especially involved in the design and detailing of high-performance building envelopes. He brings to the firm an extensive background in all phases of project execution from design through construction, having seen projects through to completion in a wide range of locales including New York City; San Francisco Bay; Potomac, Maryland; North Haven, Maine; and Sarasota, Florida.
Tim, a licensed architect, holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida. He has taught design studios and history/theory courses at the New York Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute, and has also served as a guest critic at Cornell University, The Cooper Union, Columbia University, Syracuse University and the University of Arizona. He is currently a member of DOCOMOCO New York/Tri-State.
His research interests include the continuing influence of 18th and 19th-century English architecture culture on present-day design practice. Tim joined Murphy Burnham & Buttrick in 2015.