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Alexander Rozko

Alexander Rozko

Chicago, IL, US

 

About 

Alex has been recognized for his substantial devotion to  environmental studies, including a solid background in LEED.  He continues to be a steward of both learning and education, he is an active volunteer for numerous organizations. Alex is also known to be actively engaged in design competitions and events.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

David Kleinberg Design Associates, Junior Architect - Designer - Project Leader

DKDA is one of New York's top high-end residential interior design & architecture firms.

Mar 2010 - Sep 2010
 

Bruce Bierman Design, Junior Architect - Designer - Team Leader

BBD is an award winning high-end interior design & residential architecture firm. Experiences include new construction, gut renovations and custom interior furnishings.

Mar 2008 - Aug 2009
 

Blair + Mui Dowd Architects, PC, Junior Architect

Founder Donald Blair comes from SOM and is distinguished in healthcare design.

Jan 2008 - Mar 2008
 

Cleanroom Inc., Junior Architect - 3D Designer - Project Captain

Projects Include:

UN Trump World Tower Penthouse Residence (top 2 floors + roof), Azure Magazine, VOSS Water, Private Residence, Project Global Fashion Trade Show, Whitney Art Museum, J Shoes, Ca Boom Trade Show

Jan 2007 - Jan 2008
 

Education 

Ohio University, Bachelors, Interior Architecture

I earned my BA at Ohio University, Interior Architecture [FIDER/CIDA]. My professional background started with an internship in East Asia. These studies took me to Tokyo, Nagoya, Beijing and Hong Kong. There we collaboratively designed with renown architects and architectural students in progressive environments.

Interior Architecture at Ohio University includes a portfolio process that culminates to a program assessment. I was chosen as one out of fifty-two applicants for an eighteen person seat in the department.

Interior Architecture is the ONLY program that allowed 24hour access to personal studio spaces. We were fortunate to have very personal access to extremely knowledgeable professors.

My junior year the program was awarded a $50,000 grant that allowed Dr. Eugene Tsui a three week design charrette.

Mar 2002 - Jul 2006
 

Areas of Specialization 

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