KIMBERLY STEINER, AIA, Principal
Kimberly is a licensed architect with fourteen years of experience working in Atlanta and New York City. She is currently a founding principal at the interdisciplinary architecture and landscape architecture practice, Steiner Studio LLC, in Atlanta, GA.
Kim‘s recent experience includes several award-winning projects with Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, where she worked from 2005 to 2014. She was most recently project architect for the North Entry Visitor Sequence/West Conservatory project at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square. Previously she was the project architect for the Krishna Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania, where she headed complex laboratory and mechanical system coordination with scientists, client, and engineers. She was also project architect for the Barnard College Diana Center in New York City. Kim developed a strong focus on interiors at Weiss/Manfredi and played a key role in developing and implementing interior design across a wide range of projects.
Prior to joining Weiss/Manfredi, Kimberly worked for Kohn, Pedersen and Fox (KPF) in New York City as well as Perkins+Will in Atlanta, GA.
Kimberly earned a Master of Architecture at Columbia University where she was the recipient of the William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize. She received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology and also studied at the Ecole d’ Architecture de la Villette, Paris. Kimberly is a licensed architect in Georgia and a member of the AIA.
MICHAEL STEINER, AIA, ASLA, Principal
Michael has significant experience in both architecture and landscape architecture and is a licensed professional in both fields. He is currently a founding principal at the interdisciplinary architecture and landscape architecture practice, Steiner Studio LLC, in Atlanta, GA. He also continues to work with Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism in New York City, where he has been an architect and project manager for over 10 years.
Current and recent projects with Weiss/Manfredi include Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine Expansion Project and Hunters Point South Park Phase II. Michael was recently Project Manager for the Cornell University Sesquicentennial Commemoration Project. He was project architect for Hunters Point South Waterfront Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, and worked as landscape designer on the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology. He has been a member of the project teams for the Barnard College Diana Center, the Olympic Sculpture Park, and for competitions including the Taekwondo Park Master Plan in Korea, and Full Circle: St. Louis City+Arch+River.
Prior to joining Weiss/Manfredi, Michael worked for Verzone Woods Architectes in Switzerland where he was involved in large scale regional research/planning projects as well as small scale residential projects. Michael also worked at the USGS Hawaii Volcano Observatory where he focused on volcanology geophysics.
Michael studied at the Architectural Association in London and earned a Master of Architecture and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania where he was awarded the Faculty Medal in Landscape Architecture. He attended Amherst College where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Geology with Honors. Michael is a registered architect as well as a registered landscape architect in Alabama and Georgia, a member of the AIA and ASLA, and a LEED accredited professional. He has been a guest critic for both architecture and landscape architecture at University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University.