Michael C. Lauber
Ellenzweig Architecture & Planning
Michael Lauber, AIA, is President of Ellenzweig, an architecture and planning firm located in Cambridge, Massachusetts specializing in projects for higher education. Michael directs programming and design projects for Ellenzweig, and has 30 years of experience in the planning and design of teaching and research facilities for colleges and universities. He serves as Principal-in-Charge of current and recent academic teaching projects for Michigan State University, University of Kentucky, University of Iowa, University of Maryland Baltimore, University of Utah and Stanford University, among many others, and has directed planning studies for teaching spaces at Vassar, College, Connecticut College, Rhodes College and the University of Richmond. Michael has presented widely at various conferences on topics associated with learning space planning and design, including numerous presentations at Tradeline, the Society for College and University Planning, and Project Kaleidoscope. Michael holds a Master in Architecture from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University.