Weil Friedman Architects was established in 1991 and focuses on high end residential projects. The partners, Greta Weil and Barbara Friedman maintain a small office in which both partners are involved in every project and maintain close contact with clients throughout the process. The firm’s work has included many New York City apartment renovations and country homes in Connecticut and the Hamptons.
The office provides full architectural services from design through construction supervision and also offers interior design and decorating services. Weil Friedman’s design approach is contextual, focusing on the allocation of space and the integration of design with functional requirements. An attention to detail, as well as appreciation of each client’s needs has won the firm many repeat clients.
Greta Weil, RA LEED, received a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and has worked for the firms of Richard Meier and Kohn Pedersen Fox.
Barbara Friedman, RA LEED, received a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and worked for several Philadelphia based firms before moving to New York to work for Kohn Pedersen Fox.

Services Provided
Architecture and Interior Design- Apartment Renovations; New Homes; Home Renovations and Additions.

Areas Served
New York City; The East End of Long Island including the Hamptons, North Fork and Shelter Island; Westchester, Connecticut and Global locations.

Certifications and Awards
Publications: Aspire Magazine-Spring 2014, This Old House- April 2012, The Atlas of Living Design.
Best of Houzz 2014 Manhattan High End Residential Architect & Designer

Contact: Barbara Friedman & Greta Weil
Location: 22 East 93rd Street
New York, NY 10128
Typical Job Costs: $250,000 - 4,000,000
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