Company History

Established in 1994 by partners Joseph Pasquale and Harlan Kuritzky, Pasquale Kuritzky Architecture, Inc. has established a reputation for excellence in residential and commercial architecture. The firm is recognized as one of the top outstanding architectural firms in Broward County.

 

Mission Statement

By applying our professional skills, knowledge, and consistent personal attention to each project, we strive to create more than just a functional structure for our clients. We pledge to look beyond the obvious and produce an end result that is both marketable in form and remarkable in design. Our goal is to create value for the client which invites loyalty and establishes a relationship for the future. We adhere to the premise that delighting the client is better than satisfying the client, and commit ourselves to excellence in providing quality architectural services.

Joseph J. Pasquale, President

Joseph Pasquale Mr. Pasquale leads the residential division of Pasquale Kuritzky Architecture. His 28 years of specialized experience is in design and construction cost control for all types of residential projects.

Prior to establishing Pasquale Kuritzky Architecture, Mr. Pasquale was the Director of Architecture for Pulte Home Corporation for ten years. He designed and built over 500 units per year during his ten years with the company. His philosophy of a team approach to design incorporates the market place, contractors and material supplier base as projects are being designed and developed.

Mr. Pasquale holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Civic and professional involvements include Urban Land Institute, Habitat for Humanity, Riverwalk 100, and past membership in the American Institute of Architects and the Gold Coast Builders Association.

Harlan L. Kuritzky, Vice President

Harlan L. Kuritzky Mr. Kuritzky leads the commercial division of Pasquale Kuritzky Architecture. His experience includes land planning, programming, design and project management for health care, educational, retail, office and industrial projects. His responsibilities as project architect have also included design, construction documents and contract administration.

Mr. Kuritzky earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. He is active in NAIOP, Riverwalk 100, the National Fire Protection Association, the Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals Fire Code Committee, and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Previously, he has served as a member of the American Institute of Architects, and the General Contractors and Architects Committee of the Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals.