Michael A. Weber

RLA, ASLA

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Michael A. Weber, Senior Associate and Director of Landscape Design, has been with Robert A.M. Stern Architects since 2000. His responsibilities include design and management of a variety of projects, including a motor court, private residents' garden, rooftop gardens, and streetscape for Fifteen Central Park West, a two-tower high-end residential project occupying a full city block along Central Park in New York City; site planning and design of a private golf clubhouse and amenities in Park City, Utah; the design of nine private gardens, a common courtyard and streetscape for the Houses at Greenwich Armory in Greenwich, Connecticut; an urban plaza at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania; a courtyard, streetscape, and adjacent park at the Main Library in Jacksonville, Florida; municipal libraries in Columbus, Georgia, and Lakewood, Ohio; a competition entry for a streetscape planting design in New York City; and private residences in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York.

His work internationally includes the site design of a marina district central to a new resort community in New Providence, Bahamas; a competition entry for a resort at Barranco de Veneguera in the Canary Islands; two residences in Hong Kong; the Marco Polo Hotel in Changzhou, China, for Wharf; and a master plan for a mixed-use town center in Chongqing, China, for AVIC.

Mr. Weber's academic projects include the Hancock Center at Marist College; North Hall and Library at Bronx Community College; the Greenberg Conference Center and two new residential colleges, both at Yale University; the renovation and expansion of Ozark Hall at the University of Arkansas; the Fitness and Aquatics Center at Brown University; the Hoover Dining Hall at DePauw University; a concept design for the Taft School Dining Hall in Watertown, Connecticut; a residence hall for the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut; the Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University; and a master plan for Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Weber worked at Wells Appel Land Strategies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he served as a project designer of corporate and institutional projects.

Mr. Weber received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Binghamton University in 1989 and his Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Cornell University in 1995. Mr. Weber is a registered landscape architect in New York and Pennsylvania and a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He serves as Instructor of Landscape Design at Columbia University.