Weil Friedman Architects
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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
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Barn Design & Construction, Building Design, Custom Homes, Floor Plans, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Universal Design

Areas Served
Manhattan, North Fork, The Hamptons, Connecticut, Westchester

Certifications and Awards
Publications: Aspire Magazine-Spring 2014, This Old House- April 2012, The Atlas of Living Design.
Best of Houzz 2017 Manhattan High End Residential Architect & Designer

Contact: Barbara Friedman & Greta Weil
Location: 22 East 93rd Street
New York, NY 10128
Typical Job Costs: $100000 - 4,000,000
Commented: what roof types could be used You build modular homes and you’re asking us for free advice? Why don’t you hire an architect?!
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Commented: shoddy granite install, now what? A tapered strip sounds like a bad idea. Adding drywall (cement board behind the stove) is really the best solution, although it involves additional trades to finish the edge and repaint. For a qui...
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Commented: love everything especially the floor color Hi Kimberly, Thank you for the praise! This white oak floor has two coats of Minwax Dark Walnut stain. The second coat doesn’t make the floor that much darker, but gives it a richer more even look.
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Commented: Can we share this install? Hi- you have already asked us to share this, and we gave you permission.
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Commented: Issue with short pony wall in kitchen I think your best option would be to bring the wall above the counter by 4" or so and cap it with a solid surface material that would match the wall color. It's certainly not ideal- but it won't...
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Commented: Shower concerns...newly installed by contractor subs. This 3/4" gap There's a lot going on, it seems the corner is champhered or curved, and the tile comes right up to where the curve starts, so a rectangular trim might not work. And the bullnose at the top doesn't he...
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