Michael is a Partner at Kliment Halsband Architects in NYC, with over 38 years of experience as a designer, programmer, and manager of planning studies, renovations, adaptive reuses, and new buildings for educational and cultural clients. His innovative analytical programming and planning techniques focus on intense utilization of existing space, shared space and flexible multi-use space strategies. His projects include Yale University Sterling Divinity Quadrangle, The Rockefeller University Welch Hall Library, and University of Chicago Neubauer Collegium for Culture & Society. MIchael is a member of the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Leadership Group and will serve as its Chair in 2021. He is a frequent speaker at AIA and Society of College & University Planners conferences locally, regionally and nationally. He is a Fellow of the AIA.
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