Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED appeared recently on Alive with Claudia and Clive

Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED appeared recently on Alive with Claudia and Clive

New City  NY -  Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED  recently appeared on local talk show "Alive with Claudia and Clive - Turning your passion into profits"

Talking about his favorite subject  - Architecture - Michael reflects on his favorite projects, his work with the AIA and local communities.  Appearing with musician Gene Moore, Michael says, "It was a wonderful coincidence that Gene performed his original song "Trade for Away."  It tells a tale about a gifted individual giving everything away for someone less fortunate. Much of our work is dedicated to creating environments for individuals who have a disability and trying to make a positive difference in the lives of those less fortunate."

Shilale reminds us that architecture, is sometimes called frozen music and like all the arts can communicate an important message to our communities.  For more on Shilale's views of architecture and communities listen to some of the show.

Michael Shilale Architects, LLP, an eight-person architectural engineering firm founded in 1991, serves an educational, institutional, municipal, commercial and residential client base, from Manhattan to Monticello, including Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Westchester and Nassau counties, in New York, as well as Bergen County, in New Jersey. For more information, please call 845-708-9200, or visit their website at, www.shilale.com.