Eisner Design LLC
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Eisner Design based in NYC and Hamptons, NY was founded in 1991 by Joseph Eisner on the principle that architectural design is an active, rather than a passive element in our lives. Design must reflect and adapt to the continuously changing conditions of contemporary life as well as be a source for social change in its own right. Careful research, conceptual clarity, progressive modernist thinking and a minimalist sensibility are the hallmarks of our architectural practice. As strong proponents of sustainable design, Eisner Design incorporates green building fundamentals in all that we do. EisnerGreen, a division of Eisner Design, is dedicated to the greening of existing buildings. "Architecture is more of a process than a product. A dynamic space continues to respond and react, to evolve and adapt with its occupants."

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Fort Lee, Ft Lee, Hoboken, Jersey City, Manhattan, New York, Newark, Bayside, Long Island City, Woodside, Hamptons, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Riverdale, SoHo, Tribeca, Lower East Side, Financial District, Williamsburg, Park Slope, Greenwich Village, Gramercy, Brooklyn Heights, Greenpoint, Carroll Garden, Prospect Heights, Red Hook, Fort Greene, Dumbo, Murray Hill, Astoria, Little Italy, Turtle Bay, Meat Packing District, Boerum Hill, Bushwick, Chelsea, Chinatown, Clinton Hill, Battery Park City, East Village

Certifications and Awards
AIA Peconic Merit Award 2009Remodeling Design Magazine Merit Award 2010Garden Design Golden Trowel AwardProfessional Remodeler Design Award 2014
Contact: Joe Eisner
Location: 750 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
License Number: 024830-1, NCARB, LEED AP
Typical Job Costs: $250,000 - 1,000,000
Commented: venetian plaster on hearth? The hearth is gray stucco
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Commented: Tile edge They are white grout
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Commented: What type of cabinets are these? They are custom made stainless steel cabinet doors
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Commented: Beautiful Under-the-Cabinet Windows! The actual window frame is the molding that you see. I believe it is about 3" wide.
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Commented: Mantel It's custom made blacken metal plate
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Commented: What color is the caesarstone counter? It's white with black and grey speckles
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