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Raffaele holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from New York Institute of Technology.  His educational background includes studying abroad in Italy.

Raffaele is a licensed architect, registered in New York State, NCARB certified, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Accredited Professional.

With over eleven years of experience, Raffaele has been involved with the design, development, coordination, and construction observation of numerous projects.  Most notably, his expertise in planning, design, and vision to create architecture that is memorable guide his passion.

Raffaele is a proponent of creating architecture that is responsible, respectful of our natural resources, and green.

Since 1999 Raffaele has served as a guest design critic and juror at the New York Institute of Technology.

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Thomas holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the New York Institute of Technology.

With over fourteen years of experience, Thomas has been responsible for the design, development, coordination and management of a wide variety of project types.  Projects range from private residences to public libraries, from adaptive reuse of existing structures to new buildings, many of which have been nationally recognized with professional honor awards.

Thomas has been the featured lecturer at the following academic and professional events:

2004: "Recent Trends in Library Architecture" School of Professional Development, Stony Brook University, New York.

2000: "American Hardwoods in Architecture" First National Congress of Interior Design, Mexico City, Mexico 

Since 1998, Thomas has served as a guest design critic and juror at the New York Institute of Technology.

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