Len Cerame Joins FXFOWLE as Principal, Studio Director-Interiors

Len Cerame

FXFOWLE is pleased to announce that Len Cerame, AIA, IIDA, has joined the firm as Principal, Studio Director-Interiors. Len has over 25 years of experience managing and implementing global architecture and interior design projects. His expertise spans workplace and retail design, as well as hospitality and public sectors.

“We are thrilled that Len has joined FXFOWLE,” said Guy Geier, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP, Managing Partner and leader of the firm’s Corporate and Interior Design practice. “He brings his expertise in architecture and design as well as a strong business development and management capability. As our interiors practice continues to grow, Len now completes our leadership team, which includes Angie Lee, AIA, IIDA, Principal, Design Director-Interiors and David Aboyoun, Technical Director.”

“I am very excited to join FXFOWLE and the Interiors Studio,” said Len Cerame. “The firm has a great reputation for architecture and design, and I look forward to bringing my experience in building strong teams to its interiors practice.”

Len’s projects result in designs focused on a clean, timeless approach. Applying a style inspired by his clients’ needs, he creates beautiful spaces that address their business objectives while achieving unique solutions that accentuate the appropriate function and aesthetic.

Before joining FXFOWLE, Len was Managing Principal for the NY Office of VOA (now Stantec). Previously, he led his own firm, INARCH, and held studio director positions at SOM and Mancini Duffy. Significant projects under Len’s direction include, WeWork, Google Creative Lab, INFOR Global Solutions, Bessemer Group, Crédit Agricole CIB, Saks Fifth Avenue, Apple, Cole Haan, DKNY, TOPSHOP TOPMAN, Tod’s, the Virgin Hotel, and the Knickerbocker Hotel, Times Square, among many others.

Len achieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design at the New York Institute of Technology and earned a Master of Professional Studies in Design Management from Pratt Institute. He is an Adjunct Professor at the New York Institute of Technology, and a member of several industry organizations, such the American Institute of Architects Interiors Committee, the International Interior Design Association, the Governing Board of Contract Interior Design, the International Facility Management Association, and the Society of American Registered Architects.

FXFOWLE has defined a practice that encompasses architecture, interiors, planning and urban development. The basis of the firm’s work is a collective, rigorous exploration of fit and form, driven by ideas about function, place, the form-making process and the role of design in human settlement. Inspired by urbanism, sustainability and technology, the firm’s portfolio ranges from the scale of an individual building–office towers, multi-family residences, cultural facilities, K-12 and higher education institutions–to the city as a whole, addressing infrastructure and transportation. FXFOWLE is committed to breaking new ground with demonstration projects, and advancing the principles of sustainable architecture. The firm sets and meets high standards of sustainable and energy efficient performance, and strives to go beyond LEED to achieve goals such as net-zero energy, Passivhaus, and tenets of the Living Building Challenge.