Jeffrey Shiozaki, AIA, LEED AP

Associate

Portrait of Jeffrey Shiozaki.
Portrait of Jeffrey Shiozaki.

Since joining COOKFOX in 2014, Jeff has contributed to the design and construction of 550 Vanderbilt, a LEED certified condominium building in Pacific Park, Brooklyn with a complex precast concrete facade. He is currently working on 378 West End Avenue, an Upper West Side high-end residential building that includes the restoration of an existing landmarked historic building façade and the construction of a new hand-set brick building.

Prior to his work at COOKFOX, Jeff spent four years with McCall Design Group in San Francisco where he worked on commercial and retail projects across the country. After moving to New York City, he joined Duke Beeson Architect and then Butler Rogers Baskett Architects, working on residential and institutional projects. Jeff’s work is inspired by a deep respect for the natural world and a desire to create architecture that is both sustainable and beautiful.

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design. Bachelor of Architecture, 2006
  • Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning. Masters of Architecture, 2013
Detail of 535 Carlton window.