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Brian Janeczko

Brian Janeczko

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

About 

I am an architectural intern and fine art designer, fabricator and project manager .  

I seek projects which engage technology and fabrication as necessary and fundamental aspects of the design process, and which understand architecture as the diagram for engaging social, spatial and environmental problems with this in mind.  

When I am not designing or fabricating you'll most likely find me snooping around the hills of LA searching out the relics and icons of historic southern california modernism with BikeHaus.  

Employment 

Self Owned Design/Build Installation Art Practice, Los Angeles, CA, US, Designer/Fabricator/Project Manager

Responsible for designing and managing fine arts designs.

Responsible for developing projects from concept through fabrication and construction.

I take on projects ranging in scale, scope, and typology ranging from graphic design to designing mechanical and architectural systems.

Nov 2008 - current
 

Taalman Koch Architecture, Hollywood, CA, US, Intern Architect

Worked with design team in producing shop drawings for component fabrication.

Worked collaboratively in developing 3d models of wall assemblies & components.

Responsible for coordinating with shops, fabricators & vendors in the production of superstructure
& wall framing components.

Sep 2011 - Mar 2012
 

Materials & Applications, Los Angeles, CA, US, Lead Fabricator

Managed on site and off site fabrication and assembly.

Organized seminars/lectures to develop grass roots approach to problem solving strategies in coordination visiting designers and engineers.

Hosted design and fabrication workshops in order to streamline workflow and create an open source model for problem solving with a volunteer community team base.

Nov 2008 - May 2011
 

Didier Hess, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Manager/Lead Fabricator

Utilized extensive background in materials and fabrication techniques to deliver higher quality/less costly design solutions.

Employed a variety of 2d and 3d software to develop new and innovative strategies for problem solving from concept through fabrication.

Wrote technical specifications to ensure the greatest level of control over materials, vendors, and work flow strategies.

Managed design teams to deliver high quality yet innovative design and construction documentation.

Managed build teams during construction to ensure the safest and most efficient work environments.

Nov 2008 - May 2011
 

Peter Tolkin Architecture, Pasadena, CA, US, Associate Designer

Developed designs for architectural projects ranging from a custom residential spa to boutique retail mall.

Responsible for design and production architectural models for all the projects in the office.

Conducted material studies which resulted in developing architectural systems from recycled/found materials.

Oct 2006 - Aug 2008
 

Education 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2001 - May 2006
 

Awards 

AIA - Pasadena Foothills, Honorable Mention

Merit Award for design of 'Dunnage Ball' exhibited at Santa Monica's 2008 Glow Festival. Recipient of award as an associate designer and team member.

2010
 

Global House Competition, 3rd Place

3rd Place Award out of 250 Particpants from over 40 countries for 'NOMAD' design entry.

Team Members Include: Moniera Buck, Brian Janeczko, Priyanka Mara

2005
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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