David Thomas Kazmierczak
University of Detroit School of Architecture, Warsaw Polytechnic School of Architecture
I am a sole practitioner Architect who was trained “old school” style. Having earned my Bachelor’s Degree at a time later described by the magazine Progressive Architecture as the most difficult time in fifty years to be a graduate architect, I began my career working as a freelance designer / draftsman for other sole practitioner architects, engineers, and contractors. This has proven to be a great benefit as I gained experience with a wide variety of building uses and construction types.
I attended the University of Detroit School of Architecture as an Insignis Scholarship winner and graduated in the fall of 1989. During the winter term of my sophomore year, I participated in an exchange student program with the Warsaw Polytechnic School of Architecture in Warsaw, Poland.
After receiving my license to practice Architecture in New York State in 2001, I launched my practice and have been providing Architectural services to clients throughout Western New York for projects of all sizes and building types. I work with a group of talented Professional Engineers that join my design team as required on a per project basis.
As a sole practitioner, I can more easily tailor my services to suit my client’s needs while maintaining competitive fees. My office is currently located in the City of Buffalo in the Larkin District. Our building is a century old “loft style” mixed use building located on Exchange Street next to the Hamburg Street bridge. Of late, I’ve been involved in several projects in the City and have established a good rapport with the various agencies in City Hall.
For more information about myself and my practice, I encourage you to contact me to discuss. Please see the Contact page. You can visit my Linked In profile to read recommendations from past clients.