About Jeff

Jeff Feingold Jeff Feingold is presently Director of Specifications at Adamson Associates. In his career he has held the position of Technical Director at Gensler where he worked closely with teams to ensure design quality and manage risk in university and charter school projects in New York City. During his tenure there he led technical initiatives focused on the building envelope and wrote technical directives and "TechNotes" for firmwide distribution. Prior to working at Gensler he was an Associate at Skidmore Owings and Merrill in New York where he researched and specified materials for office, residential and medical research buildings in Manhattan. He was also part of a small team that worked with artist James Turrell to develop details and write the project specifications for the Roden Crater project outside Flagstaff Arizona. In private practice, he was partner in a small design firm, Carrington and Associates, where he was responsible for the design and construction of the Christie's (Park Avenue) and Christie's East renovations. Before establishing his own practice he served his apprenticeship at Gwathmey Siegel and Associates, New York.

Jeff received a Masters in Architecture from Yale University where he was recipient of the Eero Saarinen Scholarship given annually at graduation. He has taught at Yale where he led a seminar on the architectural details of Louis Kahn. Most recently (Fall, 2009) he gave the keynote introduction at an AIA event called "Transparency and the Energy Equation" for the Building Enclosure Council. Jeff is also an adjunct professor at the Spitzer School of Architecture at The City College of New York where he teaches architectural specification in design studios.

Jeff lives with his wife Ann and daughter in New York City. He is an avid long distance runner and loves books, and books about books.

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