Ira Mitchneck sees architecture as the intersection of the built environment that meets the needs of the communities that are involved — from those who conceive the project to the designers to the building’s users — and those who experience it. Ira’s inspiration is in exploring where these interests overlap. He has a wide range of experience with several particular areas of expertise — design of residential buildings and K-12 educational facilities, and all issues zoning related.
Ira joined the firm in 2001. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Actively involved in the American Institute of Architects, he is on the Housing Committee of the AIA New York Chapter.