Prior to establishing his own practice in 1989 Mr. Gleicher was a Project Architect with the international firm of Davis Brody and Associates of New York for six years. He specialized in new office buildings, theater design, and commercial renovations.

He later moved to a Senior Associate position at Haverson / Rockwell Architects (the precursor of the Rockwell Group) for a period of two years. His area of responsibilities included retail, office, restaurant and residential renovation with a specialization in lighting design.

Mr. Gleicher is a registered architect in the State of New York

He holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton, Harpur College.

He is the co-author of “Dreaming Green – Eco Fabulous Homes Designed to Inspire”.

Awards, Speaking Engagements and Publishing Credits:

  • Recipient of The Franklin Report’s 5 Star Rating
  • Recipient of The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Seventh Annual Village Award
  • Recipient of the William Fellows Kinne Scholarship for Study Abroad in Rome, Italy
  • Gold Medal Winner in the Home Book Design excellence Awards, a national design competition recognizing “Outstanding Work in the Residential Luxury Home Market”
  • Guest speaker at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show Designer Seminar Series
  • Guest lecturer at Vandenberg Realty Townhouse Seminars
  • Selected as a Judge for New York House Magazine’s Innovative Green Design Awards competition
  • Guest speaker on WOR Radio
  • Appearance on HGTV’s Restore America, with Bob Vila
  • Appearance on Surprise by Design on the Discovery Channel
  • Author of “Dreaming Green – Eco Fabulous Homes Designed to Inspire”
  • Metropolitan Home Magazine
  • New York Magazine
  • The New York Times
  • House Beautiful Magazine
  • Interior Design Magazine
  • NY Daily News
  • New York House Magazine
  • Manhattan Home Magazine
  • Crain’s New York Business
  • Verdant Magazine
  • Timber Home Living Magazine
  • Columbia University’s (GSAP) Archives
  • Precis and Rizzoli International
  • Good Housekeeping Magazine “Your Good House”
  • Rockport Publishers’ folio “Designing Entrances for Retail and Restaurant Spaces”
  • Binghamton Alumni Journal
  • Progressive Architecture Magazine


  • Certified member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
  • Certified Passive House Designer
  • LEED Accredited Professional
  • Member of the United States Green Building Council