Michelle Lederer is an experienced architect with a history of working on large scale infrastructure, transportation, and federal projects of civic importance. Michelle approaches design from a conceptual and analytical point of view. She welcomes the challenge to develop creative solutions to demanding architectural problems. She believes in the importance of observation, organization, and perseverance. In 2018, her Cooper Union thesis project was included in “Archive and Artifact: The Virtual and the Physical,” an exhibition that showcased thesis projects completed at the school over the past 50 years. Michelle’s student work is also included in the Cooper Union Architecture Archive, a publicly available online digital database.
Michelle holds a Bachelor of Architecture from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and a Master of Architecture from Harvard.