Tuesday, October 29, 2019

RKA Welcomes Daniel DeGreve

RKA is pleased to welcome Daniel DeGreve as Project Manager.

Daniel is a Project Manager with formal training in Classical architecture and the practical experience of engaging traditional design principles in modern construction.  He earned his Master of Architectural Design & Urbanism degree from the University of Notre Dame and his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.  He is a Registered Architect in the State of Ohio and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.  A native of Ohio, Daniel is happy to be back in Columbus after several excellent years working as an architect on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.  His specializations include church architecture, historic preservation, and walkable neighborhood development.  Daniel is a self-confessed architectural history nerd, and enjoys biking the Olentangy Trail, shopping farmers markets, cooking, and reading a good book at the coffee bar.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Louis Sullivan Building of Newark Has raised $2.25 Million

RKA was excited to attend a milestone event at the Louis Sullivan Building of Newark yesterday, as the Licking County Foundation announced reaching the $2.25 million level as fundraising continues for the restoration of this incredible historic building. RKA is proud to be the architect for this project, and is looking forward to completion of the fundraising campaign and the successful restoration of this landmark!

We are pleased to celebrate this fundraising milestone, as well as the arrival of the first shipment of new terra cotta units. These terra cotta units will be installed in the upcoming weeks to replace damaged or missing terra cotta units on the exterior of the building.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

RKA Welcomes Andrew Puppos

RKA is pleased to welcome Andrew Puppos to our design staff.

Andrew is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Ohio State University. His interests in architecture include sustainable design, historic preservation, and his goal to become a licensed architect. Outside of the office, he enjoys 3D printing, mountain biking, and working on cars.

Monday, September 23, 2019

RKA Welcomes Elijah Less

RKA is pleased to welcome Elijah Less to its design staff.

Elijah Less is a recent master of architecture graduate of the Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design. During his time at KSU, Elijah focused his education on his passions in historic preservation and biophilic design. Elijah brings his entrepreneurial experience with real estate and building restoration to Rogers Krajnak Architects. Beyond the office, he enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors, and restoring old homes.