Schreiber joins MKDA's New York office as senior interior designer
May 26, 2015 - Green Buildings
"Stephanie joins us with vast knowledge of all aspects of architectural interior design, including design trends, workplace standards and strategies," said MKDA president Michael Kleinberg. "She is a strong addition to our team and will provide clients the same high level of service and design that they have come to expect from our firm."
Schreiber gained experience in design and documentation for corporate, educational, cultural, religious and government projects during tenures with Huntsman Architectural Group, FXFOWLE and Stephen Alton Architect. Notable projects include Rockefeller Brothers Fund, SAP Americas, Sheppard Mullin and various sites for Signature Bank.
She has also worked with landlords Roseland Property Company, Rudin Management, Related and Swig Equities to oversee tenant improvements, turnkey build outs, common area upgrades and building-wide repositionings.
"I look forward to providing MKDA's new and existing clients high-quality design solutions that meet both aspirational and business goals," said Schreiber.
Schreiber sits on the IIDA New York Chapter's committee for Impact NY, which focuses on facilitating opportunities for the local design community to give back to their communities.
MKDA is a space planning and interior design firm that was established in 1959 by showroom designer Milo Kleinberg. The firm is headquartered in New York, NY with additional office locations in Stamford, CT and Miami, FL. MKDA serves local and global corporations, non-profits, government agencies, and commercial building owners in key markets throughout the U.S. Clients include have included Guggenheim Partners, Centerview Partners, CVC Capital Partners, Duval and Stachenfeld, Fab.com, Brown Shoe, Makerbot, Design Within Reach and Heineken USA. The firm is one of the most prolific interiors firms for landlords, servicing esteemed building owners Silverstein Properties, Vornado Realty Trust, Blackstone, Boston Properties and Normandy, to name a few.
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