Jeff Soler, Principal Architect of Soler Architecture & Design, has over twenty years experience in multiple project types and scales. Having built numerous projects, he is proficient in project management and construction administration. He is licensed in both California and New York, and has a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from University of Pennsylvania. Jeff is currently on the board of the Southern Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. He has also lectured for the Southern California Neo Classicists organization.
Jeff has extensive experience with residential, commercial and institutional design. He has completed numerous high-end, single family homes and done several feasibility studies and preliminary design for small multi-family buildings in Los Angeles. One three-story, five-unit condominium building in the mid-Wilshire area, Casa Oso Lofts, was permitted but never built. In New York City, Jeff collaborated on the design of several projects for nationally known graphic design and entertainment companies, and converted turn-of-the-century warehouses in Manhattan into modern live-work spaces. While at Michael Maltzan Architecture, he was a project architect on Inner-City Arts, a cultural landmark in skid row that serves under privileged kids and their families. He also worked on the renovation to the Hammer Museum in Westwood.
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