about Alfred Kaiser

Alfred Kaiser is a graduate of Pratt Institute and the University of Copenhagen
exchange program. In 1990 he  worked for archaeologists restoring a roman theater.
He gained an appreciation for the Roman ability to combine durable construction
with design prudence and refined aesthetics. Prior to establishing his practice in
1993 he served as project architect for a distinguished small firm focused on
residential work in authentic traditional styles. The projects ranged from non-profit
housing to high end restorations. The principal of the firm had worked for Marcel
Breuer and with Jane Jacobs. This focus on residential  projects,  commitment to
quality as well as professional  integrity are the basis of Alfred Kaiser's practice .
Licensed: New York & Connecticut
Member: The Congress for the New Urbanism
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