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Steinberg Changes Name to Steinberg Hart
Award-Winning Architecture Firm Enters New Year with Brand Reinvention

International architecture and design firm Steinberg announced today a reinvention of its brand with a name change to Steinberg Hart. The new identity celebrates the company’s legacy and looks to the future, reinforcing the core values that drive the firm – design, relationships, and change. To accompany the name change, Steinberg Hart has also debuted a new graphic identity and refreshed website.

“My father, Goody, founded our firm in the heart of the Silicon Valley—a region that is synonymous with innovation and change. Our design practice is always evolving and so is our leadership,” said Chairman, Robert T. Steinberg, FAIA. “It was both my father’s and my hope that the Steinberg firm would continue beyond our individual participation in the company. David Hart assumed the role of President and CEO four years ago. David possesses an unrivaled balance of design excellence, keen business acuity, client relations, as well as a talent for building A-list teams. Our firm rebrand is the culmination of a leadership transition that we have been working on for a little over a decade. The Steinberg Hart rebrand honors the legacy of the diverse portfolio that we have produced over the last 65 years while optimistically embracing the future of our next generation of leadership.”

“People—and creating unexpected connections between people and place—are at the heart of everything that we do,” said President and CEO, David Hart, AIA, LEED AP. “As the third-generation leader of a firm and brand that puts our clients and people first, it has been an honor to work alongside Rob and help build a high-performance team over the past 16 years. By creating a company culture that embraces the values of design, relationships, and change, we have—and will continue to—sculpt spaces so that they shape lives in meaningful ways. Personally, this rebrand honors our legacy that Goody and Rob built while signaling that we are moving forward by deepening our existing market sectors and launching strategic growth into new markets and regions.”

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