Beata Czyszkiewicz

Beata Czyszkiewicz

Staten Island, NY



Architects, as individuals and collaborators, have their own philosophy, responsive to ideals and aesthetics.  The ability to interpret specific intentions into purposeful, responsible design is the key to great architecture.  During the intense process of developing a design there is a moment in which intuition kicks in and it feels as if one has found the right formula to solve a complex mathematical equation.  Accompanied by knowledge and experience, I believe architecture is intuitive and instinctive.  


Matthew Oscar Architect, Monsey, NY, US, Lead designer; collaboration with Matthew Oscar

Partnered with Matthew Oscar Architect Monsey, NY

Collaboration on design projects; expediter for permit approval, manager during bidding and construction phases of projects on Staten Island.

This is a continuous collaboration as projects permit.

Jul 2011 - Sep 2012

Lawrence D McEwen Architect, Philadelhpia, PA, Project Architect

Integral part of the design team for various projects, including large scale residential additions, renovations to historical dwellings, multi-family developments, commercial renovation and expansion, and industrial plant design. Collaborated with consultants and engineers for complete and comprehensive construction documents. Responsible for architectural drawings including plans, sections, elevations, and details, for permit review, bid submittals, and construction. Coordinated and administered the construction of projects, ensuring time and cost efficiency, while maintaining project integrity. Assembled printed and digital material for award submissions, exhibits, and community presentations.

Nov 2005 - Jun 2010


Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture Degree (BArch); 2+4 Year Program

As described by Drexel University:
The 2+4 Option is an accelerated route designed for a small class of well-prepared students entering directly from high school. In this program two years of full-time coursework address the basic principles of architectural design and satisfy fundamental university core requirements in the arts and sciences as well as those job-related skills that are needed for entry-level professional positions. A comprehensive review of performance will take place after each year to ensure that students are making sufficient progress in all areas.
After successfully completing the minimum requirements of the full-time phase, students find full-time employment in the building industry, including architecture firms, while continuing their academic program part-time in the evening for four additional years. By combining work and study, Drexel students may be able to simultaneously satisfy their required internship for licensure (IDP) while completing their professional degree, thus qualifying for the registration exam on graduation in most jurisdictions.

Sep 2003 - Jun 2009


Awarded Drexel University’s Academic Dean’s List, Other


Dean's Scholarship (Drexel University), Scholarship


WW Smith Scholarship (Drexel University), Scholarship


National Society of Collegiate Scholars: Drexel University Chapter, Other

Awarded 2003-2009


WW Smith Scholarship (Drexel University), Scholarship


Dean's Scholarship (Drexel University), Scholarship


Areas of Specialization 


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