ROBYN MORGENSTERN ROSENBLATT
Robyn Morgenstern Rosenblatt was born in Washington D.C and grew up in the Chicago area. She received her Master’s degree in Architecture from Harvard University in 1997, after completing her Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Italian at Washington University in Saint Louis. Following her graduation from Harvard, she worked for Frank Gehry & Partners in Santa Monica, CA. Projects she worked on include the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve and M.I.T.’s Stata Center.
In 2001, she returned to the Chicago area and founded Drill Hall Partners and Morningstar Architecture & Development Inc. along with her sister, Jennifer. Drill Hall Partners has been awarded an Historic Preservation Award by the city of Highland Park for their a 12 unit adaptive re-use project on a former military base. She has taught at Harvard University and sat on design juries at Harvard University, the Boston Architectural Center, Arizona State University, and IIT. Her first solo design project, - a 10,000 sf private residence in Steamboat Springs Colorado - was published in Architectural Digest (October 2007).
Robyn has collaborated with Midwest Architecture Studio and Han Archibald Design on projects in Colorado and Illinois for the past several years. In addition, she serves on the Board of Overseers for the College of Architecture at IIT. She is married and the proud mother of Estelle and Solomon (“Sy”) Rosenblatt.