Anna Reiderman-Hickey, IIDA, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C
Elkus Manfredi Architects | Boston, Massachusetts
Anna Reiderman-Hickey is a Senior Designer at Elkus Manfredi Architects with a passion for interior architecture that elevates the human spirit. With more than 15 years of experience in the design of multi-family residential and commercial interiors across the United States, Israel, and the European Union, Anna has developed a deep appreciation for how the built environment affects the way people experience a space.
Since joining Elkus Manfredi, Anna has worked on a variety of workplace and life sciences projects. She enjoys designing spaces that create a sense of community in the commercial world.
Anna’s current projects include a life sciences laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Phase III of the 401 Park redevelopment in Boston with Samuels & Associates. She recently completed design of community spaces for a development in Cambridge with The Davis Companies; a new lab building in Boston’s South End; and the redesigned offices for Plymouth Rock Assurance Company, located in Boston’s former Hotel Essex.
Anna received her Bachelor of Design in Interior Architecture from the Holon Institute of Technology in Tel Aviv.
Mark Harbick, AIA, IIDA, NCARB, LEED AP
Design Principal, Corporate Practice Lead
FCA | New York, New York
With an impressive portfolio of award-winning work, Mark brings a vibrant depth of perspective to his design. Throughout his career he has been a driving force for creativity, social, and environmental responsibility in design. It is his belief that through design we have the ability and responsibility to create spaces that respond to, and elevate, the human experience. In 2006 he was named Contract magazine’s Designer of the Year thanks to his exceptional innovative work. He is an adept problem-solver with a great sense of creativity and curiosity in people, process, and materiality. It is this boundless curiosity that pushes him to dig ever deeper in understanding how organizations, and the people in them, work.
Eileen Jones, FIIDA, SEDG, LEED AP
Principal, Branded Environments Global Practice Leader
Perkins&Will | Chicago, Illinois
Seeking inspiration in the most remote places, Eileen does extensive trekking and hiking all over the world. She enjoys exploring the influence that natural systems can have on design, and the stories they might evoke.
How does this relate to brand? Creating a sense of place where people can have an experience that resonates and is relevant to them is very important to Eileen. The built world provides a sincere opportunity to engage and connect people. Through the arrangement of the environment and the movement from one space to another, Eileen’s purpose is to create places where people have an experience that is personal, meaningful and relevant to them – places where values, culture and vision come to life, and connect us all.
Eileen’s ambition comes full circle. In addition to designing world-class branded environments, she serves on various University boards, keen on doing her part to teach and connect with future generations of design professionals. She believes in the importance of learning from each other, and in the intersection of wisdom and new ideas. As the world continues to evolve, so must we.