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41 Union Square West
Suite 707
New York
New York
10003
USA

Tel: 212 255-0292

www.kv-arch.com






Krsul + Viederman Architects PLLC
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Krsul + Viederman Architects, PLLC was founded in 2004 and has offices in both New York and Michigan. We specialize in residential and commercial design and have completed a wide variety of projects.

KVA's approach to design is a collaborative one. We work closely with the client and encourage an exchange of ideas. The resulting projects are both unique and deeply rooted in the client's sensibilities.

We develop design solutions by carefully analyzing program, client needs, site and contextual queues, guaranteeing that each project will be unique and distinctive. We also strive to provide environmentally conscious solutions by using cutting edge materials and technologies.

Our residential work includes numerous apartments, lofts, townhouses, additions and new homes and has been featured in the New York Times Magazine. Commercial projects include restaurants, retail spaces, academic buildings and office spaces. We have also received acclaim for our participation in numerous design competitions including the World Trade Center competition, the Aids Life Center in San Francisco, and the Millennium Church at Tor Tre Teste, Rome.

Ann Krsul has a B.A. in art and architecture from Middlebury College and a Masters in Architecture from Yale University. She practiced architecture with Cesar Pelli, Bernard Tschumi and David Rockwell. She was also the Director of Architectural Design at Armani Exchange and executed designs for dozens of Armani stores around the country. She is an NCARB affiliate and is licensed in New York, New Jersey, Michigan and Indiana.

New York native Matthew Viederman received his B.A. from Columbia University and an M.Arch from Yale University, where he met Ann Krsul. After completing his formal education, he worked in Paris for 7 years where he worked on diverse projects as the Grand Louvre with I.M. Pei and the European Parliament in Strasburg for Architecture Studio. Returning to NY in 1995, Matthew worked for James Stewart Polshek & Partners on the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History. He established his own practice in 1998 and teamed with Ann Krsul in 2004.

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