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2000-present

Jeffrey R. Matz Architects, LLC, Stamford, Connecticut..
Residential additions, alterations, and new construction.

L.M. Reid Group, Wilton, Connecticut
Architectural Consultant,
Residential additions, alterations, and new construction.

J. Raymond Matz Architects, Norwalk, Connecticut
Architectural Consultant,
Historical preservation, multi-family, senior housing;
residential additions and alterations.

1999 - 2000

SDR and Associates, East Hampton, New York.
Architectural Consultant,
Custom residential cabinetry, millwork and furniture design.

1998 - 1999

Frederick Stelle Company, Inc., Bridgehampton, New York.
Architectural Consultant on per job basis.
Conceptual master planning for 130 acre, 600,000 square foot
private school campus in Eastern Long Island.

1993 - 1998

Kaehler/ Moore Architects, Greenwich, Connecticut.
Project Architect.
Residential additions, alterations and new construction.

1991 - 1993

William A. Kelly & Company Katonah, New York.
Construction Project Management;
Residential additions and alterations,
architectural restoration of country estate.

1989 ‑ 1991

Russell Gibson von Dohlen, White Plains, New York.
Project Architect.
Water Treatment Facility,
space planning and interior redesign,
Pitney Bowes Main Plant.
Green House Banquet Hall, Co‑op City.

1985 ‑ 1989

SMS Architects, New Canaan, Connecticut.
Project Architect.
Addition to country club,
mid‑rise office building,
retail building complex and parking garage,
private residence, addition to private art gallery.

1984

Gwathmey Siegel andAssociates, New York, New York.
Architect Intern.
Design development: Knoll International furniture showroom.
Construction documents: medical condominium complex,
law firm interior cabinet and fumiture millwork.

1979 ‑ 1983

J. Raymond Matz, AIA, Architect and Planner, White Plains, New York.
Restoration of country inn, restoration of country estate,
office space planning, residential additions and alterations.

1979

Kroin Incorporated (formerly Architectural‑Compliments), Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Marketing assistant to owner,
scandanavian designed sink and faucet line,
in permanent collection at MoMA.

1978 ‑ 1979

Design Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Furniture division, product sales, display, research,development and marketing.

Education:

1985

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York.
Bachelor of Architecture. Presidents List.

1977

Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts.
Bachelor of Arts. Thesis: Analysis of Le Corbusier's Carpenter Center.

1975

The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York, New York.
Peter Eisenman, Director. Special Student, from Hampshire College.

1974

The Cooper Union School Of Architecture New York, New York.
John Hejduk, Dean. Special Student from Hampshire College.

1974

The Rhode Island School or Design. Providence, Rhode Island.
Industrial Design Department. Special Student from Hampshire College.

Awards:

Design Excellence, Pratt Institute.

Publications:

Pratt Institute Journal of Architecture; Architecture and Abstraction, Fall 1985.
Published and distributed by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.
atHome in Fairfield County, September/October 2008, published and distributed by Moffley Publications.

Memberships:

The American Institute of Architects. Westchester / Mid‑Hudson Chapter; 1988 to 1993 / 2001 to present.
Preservation League of New York State, 2002. National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2002.
The Connecticut Green Building Council, 2009 to present

Registration:

New York State; 1987 to present.
Connecticut; 2000 to present.

Certification:

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards: 1988 to 1994.

References:

References and Portfolio available upon request.

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