BWR is developed and supported by BWR Project Working Teams at Artstor, the Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library (Columbia University), and the Getty Research Institute. The administrative team, responsible for project management, policies, and services, includes:

James Shulman, Bill Ying, Vera Zlatarski

Carole Ann Fabian, Margaret Smithglass
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Murtha Baca, David Farneth
Getty Research Institute

Advisory Council—

Throughout BWR development, we have consulted with and sought advice from colleagues in the cultural heritage, architectural, academic and library communities. While some individuals have moved on to new roles, others have been actively and continuously engaged. The following have helped us build BWR and have been especially helpful in forming our principal goals, policies and data constructs:

Tom Bilson
The Courtauld Institute of Art

Sheila Blair & Jonathon Bloom
Boston College

Kakugyo S. Chiku
Kanazawa Institute of Technology

Joan Cobb & Patricia Harpring
Getty Research Institute

Marcus Flatscher
University of Virginia Press

Chris Freeland
Biodiversity Heritage Library

Monika Hagedorn-Saupe
Institute for Museum Research, Berlin

Dianne Harris
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Matt Knutzen, David Riordan & Ben Vershbow
New York Public Library Digital Labs

Irena Murray
Royal Institute of British Architects

Pauline Saliga
Society of Architectural Historians

John H. Stubbs
Tulane School of Architecture

Sam Quigley
Art Institute of Chicago

James Quo-Ping Lin
National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

Jan Simane
Max Planck Institute, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florenz

Vandana Sinha
American Institute of Indian Studies, India

Aaron Straup Cope
Near Future Laboratory

Jeremiah Trinidad-Christensen, Melanie Wacker
Columbia University Libraries

G√ľnter Waibel
Smithsonian Institution

Ann Whiteside
Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Sarah Williams
Columbia University GSAPP Spatial Information Design Lab