Paul Krause Architects
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Paul Krause Architect
Michael G. Tierney Architect
Paul Krause received his graduate degree in architecture in 1964 from the Columbia University School of Architecture in New York.
Mr. Krause currently holds licenses to practice architecture in New York and Connecticut. He is also a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).
He is the recipient of numerous awards including the William Kinne Fellows Memorial Fellowship for the study of selected topics in Europe.
Prior to becoming the principal of his own firm in 1968 Mr. Krause was a designer at Schofield & Colgan Architects and was responsible for the Field House and Student Center for Rockland Community College.
Michael G. Tierney is an architect in the firm where he has worked since 1991. Mr. Tierney received his Bachelors of Fine Arts & Bachelors of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design in 1990 / 1991.
Mr. Tierney is licensed to practice architecture in New York and is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).
Paul Krause Architects specializes in both residential and commercial work. The Firm has a long list of projects pertaining to both venues including residential & commercial projects for people in the entertainment business. Some of these clients include; Paul Simon, Mike Nichols, Michael J. Fox & Tracy Pollan, Carrie Fisher, Phil Ramone, Art Garfunkel, and Edgar Bronfman Jr. among others.
The firms work has been published in numerous periodicals and publications including Architectural Digest and the New York Times.