Barbara Laskey Weinreich
About Barbara Laskey Weinreich
Barbara came to MNA in 1996, bringing experience in retail, commercial and residential design gained at Mayers and Schiff, and Rosenblum/Harb Architects. At MNA, she has worked extensively with Polo/Ralph Lauren on numerous projects ranging from shops within department stores to flagships stores worldwide, most recently in Stockholm, China and Russia. Other recent projects at MNA include the premier flagship store/bar/restaurant for Tommy Bahama in the landmarked Fred F. French Building on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, and a 6000 SF luxury apartment renovation on the Upper East Side.
At MNA, Barbara focuses on marketing and mentoring. Barbara received a Master's Degree in Architecture Degree from Columbia University. She is also a professional mentor/critic in the Graduate Degree Program at the New York School.
About Michael Neumann
Principal Michael Neumann founded MNA in 1995, after formative years at Shelton Mindel Architects. His personal attention to detail and consistency of design for every project has helped MNA sustain long term relationships with clients such as Ralph Lauren, Williams-Sonoma, Coach, Lilly Pulitzer and American Eagle Outfitters.
Under his leadership, MNA has received both national and international recognition with numerous projects selected for publication and an array of awards for its residential and retail projects. Michael’s interest in providing clients with richer built environments has led to the firm’s ability to offer integrated architectural, interior design, and visual merchandising services. Michael received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University.