CEO, Member of the Executive Board at Sky-Frame, Inc.
Jan 2018 - Present
COO | Member of the Executive Board
Jul 2015 - Dec 2017
Greater Los Angeles Area
Sky-Frames position as the worlds leading sliding window system was achieved through single-minded commitment coupled with profound technical, architectural and spatial design expertise with the location of development and production operations in Switzerland. Sky-Frame products now feature in several thousand properties across all continents. Sky-Frame regularly scoops prestigious design and business awards for its frameless sliding windows.
General Manager | Senior Project Manager
Vitrocsa USA Division of Goldbrecht Inc.
Nov 2012 - Jun 2015
Greater Los Angeles Area
Often mistaken for a sliding door system, Vitrocsa is actually based on break-through curtain wall technology.
Combining structural glazing and pure precision, resulted in the creation of a uniquely elegant and operable curtain wall system, the Vitrocsa Invisible Wall.
CEO | President
mafi America, Inc.
Jan 2010 - Oct 2012
mafi is considered to be the highest quality engineered wood floor in the world. Known for innovative design and its commitment to sustainability, mafi received the prestigious Energy Globe Award in 2011 and maintains the Forestry Stewardship Council's 'Pure 100% Certification.'
mafi has showrooms in Zurich, London, Peking, Melbourne, Cannes, Bozen, Salzburg, Vienna, Malta, Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey. Chosen by the most respected architects and interior designers, its client list includes Giorgio Armani, Prada, Audi, Poggenbohl and Bvlgari.
CEO | President
Nic Neumann Design
2003 - 2010
Greater New York City Area; Aspen,CO
2003 - 2004
Greater New York City Area
bulthaups philosophy is clear: every detail has a purpose. The companys signature kitchens are revered for their clean lines, ergonomic layout and precision German engineering and manufacturing all of which are fundamental to creating timeless living spaces that are meant to be used. What resonates with architects, designers and homeowners is that bulthaup kitchens feel as inviting and comfortable from the first day of installation throughout the lifetime of the home. bulthaup systems suit any aesthetic or environment and strike a perfect balance between the homes architecture and the way one lives. Proprietary seamless interior components, premium wood veneers layered with aluminum and precision hardware are a few of the details that reflect the high level of craftsmanship associated with the bulthaup signature. From modest to premium collections, all products are built to the highest possible standards. Founded by Martin Bulthaup in Germany in 1949 and led by Marc O. Eckert in the 3rd generation, the company remains a family owned and operated entity with showrooms in more than 50 countries, including showrooms in major markets throughout the U.S.
USM Modular Furniture
2000 - 2003
New York City
USM Modular Furniture is a renowned Swiss manufacturer of modular furniture for the home and office. The companys signature product line, USM Haller, is widely celebrated as a design classic and included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewett National Design Museum. USM Modular Furniture employs a staff of 460 throughout Europe and America and is represented by more than 410 sales partners in 40 countries worldwide. USM has an international presence with furniture showrooms in Bern, Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Munich, Paris, Stuttgart, Tokyo, and New York City. The companys New York showroom and corporate offices are located at 28 Greene Street in SoHo.
1994 - 1995
Stuttgart Area, Germany
For many years now, Phoenix Design has been defending the Number One rank at the iF ranking creative at the iF design award as best external design office, and we have received more than 600 design prizes. Phoenix Design is regarded as the leading independent product and interface design studio in the world. Whats much more important: these designs are convincing in terms of longevity and verifiable business success. In this respect, Phoenix Design follows the tradition of Bauhaus and Ulm school embodying the virtues of German design. This also holds true for the ever more closely interlocking design of products and digital interfaces.