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    • RandY deutsch aIa Leed aRchItectuRaL poRtfoLIo
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED has 25 years of increasing levels of leadership & executive experience as a Senior Designer, Design Manager and Design Director in architecture including over a dozen years with large top tier firms. His focus has been globally and locally on large, complex projects including high-rises, mixed-use developments, retail, and master plans. He has completed entertainment designs for Steve Wynn and the Rolling Stones and has exceedingly strong client relationship & management experience. In addition to design, Randy’s other passion is in business development, repeat clients, and rainmaking. His current position is Associate Principal, Senior Designer and Chief Learning Officer responsible for operations, training, coaching and mentoring of staff. Randy created FitzGerald Corporate University in 2006 and his major accomplishments include helping to galvanize his current firm into a legitimate competitive global design collaborative. While practicing full time, Randy has been an adjunct Associate Professor with six years leading graduate-level Building Science, Design Studio, Professional Practice courses with Dan Wheeler & Doug Garofalo. His other leadership positions include serving on the Chicago Architectural Club’s Board of Directors and as an AIA Chicago Board Member, Director and most recently Vice President. Randy has authored feature articles and book reviews in AIA FOCUS and other periodicals, as well as a forthcoming book on architecture, design thinking and creativity. In 2000 Randy earned the committee nomination to receive the AIA Young Architect Award. In 2005 Randy became a LEED Accredited Professional and is dedicated to seeing that all of his design projects are sustainable LEED projects. Randy’s work was featured in an Architectural Record article & excels at writing, marketing, proposal writing, urban planning, master planning, urban design, & interior architecture. As described recently by an architect colleague, “Randy is a versatile, resourceful, visual as well as verbal architect and designer. He works quickly and effectively, equally well at all scales, in all phases. Randy is able to lead the design of projects while motivating others around him. His positive attitude, and love for design in combination with eagerness for others around him to learn and gain experience make him a sought-after mentor. Randy is a positive influence because of the energy he brings to the office day in and day out. He leads his firm in its implementation of BIM and IPD. Randy has been a strong advocate of using the latest technology to better represent ILlustrate and document architecturally what is designed. At the same time Randy does not lose sight in how important it is to study, analyze, and continue to push the ideals of great design. He maintains a fresh, exciting, academic approach while at the same time creating phenomenal and practical solutions. Randy also continues to be the firm leader in sustainable design. Having worked on several LEED buildings, Randy’s years of knowledge on sustainability and green buildings has been a tremendous source for not only each project, but every individual, as we move toward using less energy, reducing cost, indoor air quality, water conservation, and sustainable sites.”
    • Molecular Biology Research facility University of Illinois Chicago The 240,000SF facility is organized with offices and labs on the window walls and support and storage spaces on the internal spine. Since 1989-1996 the MBRF would occupy an important site on the West campus, the first building one Chicago IL sees when approaching the campus from the expressway, the designer chose to use the elongated building to strengthen Lohan Associates the eastern edge of the campus and from the university side serve as the terminus of the Academic Way landscaped quadrangle. The designer gave equal emphasis to the public and ASSOCIATE of Firm campus sides of the building, thus having no backside. Precast concrete panels for the cladding on all sides expressing the functions within. Mechanical and venting apparatus are exposed, while the plan is based on the Design Architect theme of splitting cells, and the double helix stair relates to the form of DNA mounting the height of the four story building. Design architect responsible for conceptual and schematic Randy Deutsch AIA LEED design through construction documents of the exterior Chicago IL cladding, interior public spaces, including theater, as well as the conception and development of the double helix stair and molecular clock.
    • Molecular Biology Research facility University of Illinois Chicago The 240,000SF facility is organized with offices and labs on the window walls and support and storage spaces on the internal spine. Since 1989-1996 the MBRF would occupy an important site on the West campus, the first building one Chicago IL sees when approaching the campus from the expressway, the designer chose to use the elongated building to strengthen Lohan Associates the eastern edge of the campus and from the university side serve as the terminus of the Academic Way landscaped quadrangle. The designer gave equal emphasis to the public and ASSOCIATE of Firm campus sides of the building, thus having no backside. Precast concrete panels for the cladding on all sides expressing the functions within. Mechanical and venting apparatus are exposed, while the plan is based on the Design Architect theme of splitting cells, and the double helix stair relates to the form of DNA mounting the height of the four story building. Design architect responsible for conceptual and schematic Randy Deutsch AIA LEED design through construction documents of the exterior Chicago IL cladding, interior public spaces, including theater, as well as the conception and development of the double helix stair and molecular clock.
    • The design grew out of a search for the proper expression of the functional requirements particular to the synagogue building type, the history and tradition of a 1989-1996 synagogue design, and the building’s immediate surroundings and location within the city. Its form Chicago IL is intended to synthesize these forces into a harmonious balance. The 30,000SF building contains a sanctuary, social hall. Library, Lohan Associates chapel, religious school, Rabbi’s suite and administrative offices.The client requested that the sanctuary sinai temple Chicago Sinai Congregation be majestic yet intimate enough for small gatherings. The octagonal shape, a recurring form in religious ASSOCIATE of Firm architecture, was proposed for the sanctuary by the designer, a shape that lends itself a sense of community and intimacy between the congregation and rabbi. As a result of the dense urban site, the sanctuary was located above street Design Architect level. In this way, as one ascends to the sanctuary, one leaves behind the day to day activities of the street. Design Competition: Conceptual design, rendering and presentation to the client. Design Randy Deutsch AIA LEED as built: Programming, schematic design through construction Chicago IL documents, including design and documentation of exterior and interior details including the commissioned stained glass window.
    • The design grew out of a search for the proper expression of the functional requirements particular to the synagogue building type, the history and tradition of a 1989-1996 synagogue design, and the building’s immediate surroundings and location within the city. Its form Chicago IL is intended to synthesize these forces into a harmonious balance. The 30,000SF building contains a sanctuary, social hall. Library, Lohan Associates chapel, religious school, Rabbi’s suite and administrative offices.The client requested that the sanctuary sinai temple Chicago Sinai Congregation be majestic yet intimate enough for small gatherings. The octagonal shape, a recurring form in religious ASSOCIATE of Firm architecture, was proposed for the sanctuary by the designer, a shape that lends itself a sense of community and intimacy between the congregation and rabbi. As a result of the dense urban site, the sanctuary was located above street Design Architect level. In this way, as one ascends to the sanctuary, one leaves behind the day to day activities of the street. Design Competition: Conceptual design, rendering and presentation to the client. Design Randy Deutsch AIA LEED as built: Programming, schematic design through construction Chicago IL documents, including design and documentation of exterior and interior details including the commissioned stained glass window.
    • The three-story headquarters Illinois state toll highway authority headquarters building houses offices and boardroom for the tollway authority, a daycare facility and a police station. On 1989-1996 the two floors below grade are truck docks and secure zone where money collected daily at highway toll booths Chicago IL is counted and stored. The 185,000SF structure is divided longitudinally by a three-story atrium. The designer elected Lohan Associates to bow the atrium in order to bring the maximum natural light into offices on either side. Cast terrazzo stairs carry people up the atrium, while suspended bridges with glass-enclosed ASSOCIATE of Firm conference rooms at the second and third levels provide much needed centrally located meeting space. Office areas are column-free allowing for the greatest office arrangement Design Architect flexibility for the client. The formal visitor’s entry is marked by a cocktail-shaker shaped circular, clear-glass vestibule. Towers of granite lend a suitable Downers Grove IL dignity to side entries that will Randy Deutsch AIA LEED be used daily by employees approaching the building from nearby lots. Rumble strips remind those approaching the building of the building identity, with subtle references to auto imagery throughout.
    • The three-story headquarters Illinois state toll highway authority headquarters building houses offices and boardroom for the tollway authority, a daycare facility and a police station. On 1989-1996 the two floors below grade are truck docks and secure zone where money collected daily at highway toll booths Chicago IL is counted and stored. The 185,000SF structure is divided longitudinally by a three-story atrium. The designer elected Lohan Associates to bow the atrium in order to bring the maximum natural light into offices on either side. Cast terrazzo stairs carry people up the atrium, while suspended bridges with glass-enclosed ASSOCIATE of Firm conference rooms at the second and third levels provide much needed centrally located meeting space. Office areas are column-free allowing for the greatest office arrangement Design Architect flexibility for the client. The formal visitor’s entry is marked by a cocktail-shaker shaped circular, clear-glass vestibule. Towers of granite lend a suitable Downers Grove IL dignity to side entries that will Randy Deutsch AIA LEED be used daily by employees approaching the building from nearby lots. Rumble strips remind those approaching the building of the building identity, with subtle references to auto imagery throughout.
    • 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates Divine Interventures Inc. planned to build a $60 million city-backed showcase headquarters. Divine’s real dotspot divine interVenture’s Incubator Campus estate subsidiary, DotSpot Inc., purchased 7½ acres of industrial land at the northern tip of Goose Island, about 12 blocks north of downtown for the incubator campus. When ASSOCIATE of Firm conceived by Filipowski with two partners—real estate developer W. Harris Smith and David Kahnweiler, president of Rosemont-based Colliers Bennett & Kahnweiler—the Senior Designer project was envisioned as a 400,000-square-foot high- tech campus, with community facilities including a digital museum, schoolhouse and a parking garage. The designer Randy Deutsch AIA LEED prepared several scenarios to present to Divine’s senior Chicago IL executives and board, including a phased development that would start with 200,000 square feet of space for start-ups and Divine senior executives.
    • 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates Divine Interventures Inc. planned to build a $60 million city-backed showcase headquarters. Divine’s real dotspot divine interVenture’s Incubator Campus estate subsidiary, DotSpot Inc., purchased 7½ acres of industrial land at the northern tip of Goose Island, about 12 blocks north of downtown for the incubator campus. When ASSOCIATE of Firm conceived by Filipowski with two partners—real estate developer W. Harris Smith and David Kahnweiler, president of Rosemont-based Colliers Bennett & Kahnweiler—the Senior Designer project was envisioned as a 400,000-square-foot high- tech campus, with community facilities including a digital museum, schoolhouse and a parking garage. The designer Randy Deutsch AIA LEED prepared several scenarios to present to Divine’s senior Chicago IL executives and board, including a phased development that would start with 200,000 square feet of space for start-ups and Divine senior executives.
    • 1998-2001 The challenge posed by the client 175 West Jackson 1.7M SF office bldg renovation to Burnham Bldg was to breathe new life into the underutilized and languishing 1.7 million SF Daniel Burnham Chicago IL building. The renovated building comprises 1.4M SF office (with 68,000SF floor plates) plus health Lucien LaGrange and Associates club, lobbies, ground floor retail and restaurants, new loading docks and two levels of below-grade parking. The design approach was to restore and preserve existing terra cotta work that had been badly compromised by time and previous renovations. Then, to contrast the existing classical facades, the designer introduced contemporary steel and glass ASSOCIATE of Firm canopies at the building entries, while completely modernizing the interior, opening up the existing north entry vestibule two a second story and central interior public space to the 21 story-high Senior Designer atrium, separated by a 50 foot high custom interior skylight. Served as senior designer throughout all phases, conceptual design, renderings and presentations, overseeing individuals and teams Randy Deutsch AIA LEED developing and documenting the design of the building exterior, Chicago IL entrances, lobbies and interior public spaces; the design of all custom light fixtures, typical office floors, renovation of the two atria. Photography by Barbara Karant.
    • 1998-2001 The challenge posed by the client 175 West Jackson 1.7M SF office bldg renovation to Burnham Bldg was to breathe new life into the underutilized and languishing 1.7 million SF Daniel Burnham Chicago IL building. The renovated building comprises 1.4M SF office (with 68,000SF floor plates) plus health Lucien LaGrange and Associates club, lobbies, ground floor retail and restaurants, new loading docks and two levels of below-grade parking. The design approach was to restore and preserve existing terra cotta work that had been badly compromised by time and previous renovations. Then, to contrast the existing classical facades, the designer introduced contemporary steel and glass ASSOCIATE of Firm canopies at the building entries, while completely modernizing the interior, opening up the existing north entry vestibule two a second story and central interior public space to the 21 story-high Senior Designer atrium, separated by a 50 foot high custom interior skylight. Served as senior designer throughout all phases, conceptual design, renderings and presentations, overseeing individuals and teams Randy Deutsch AIA LEED developing and documenting the design of the building exterior, Chicago IL entrances, lobbies and interior public spaces; the design of all custom light fixtures, typical office floors, renovation of the two atria. Photography by Barbara Karant.
    • 1998-2001 The challenge posed by the client 175 West Jackson 1.7M SF office bldg renovation to Burnham Bldg was to breathe new life into the underutilized and languishing 1.7 million SF Daniel Burnham Chicago IL building. The renovated building comprises 1.4M SF office (with 68,000SF floor plates) plus health Lucien LaGrange and Associates club, lobbies, ground floor retail and restaurants, new loading docks and two levels of below-grade parking. The design approach was to restore and preserve existing terra cotta work that had been badly compromised by time and previous renovations. Then, to contrast the existing classical facades, the designer introduced contemporary steel and glass ASSOCIATE of Firm canopies at the building entries, while completely modernizing the interior, opening up the existing north entry vestibule two a second story and central interior public space to the 21 story-high Senior Designer atrium, separated by a 50 foot high custom interior skylight. Served as senior designer throughout all phases, conceptual design, renderings and presentations, overseeing individuals and teams Randy Deutsch AIA LEED developing and documenting the design of the building exterior, Chicago IL entrances, lobbies and interior public spaces; the design of all custom light fixtures, typical office floors, renovation of the two atria. Photography by Barbara Karant.
    • Retail historical renovation and tower addition union station Redevelopment 1.2M SF Office/Hotel Residential/ 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates ASSOCIATE of Firm Plan to build an 18-story tower atop Union Station in the West Loop which would include 539,000 square feet of office Senior Designer space, a 350-room hotel and six floors of condominiums, at 210 S. Canal St. The development commission approved $18.7 million in TIF funds for a redevelopment of the station by Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Chicago-based Prime Group Realty Trust. Architect Daniel Chicago IL Burnham, Union Station’s designer, had envisioned a tower on top of the building, but it has stood at eight stories since it was completed in 1925.
    • Retail historical renovation and tower addition union station Redevelopment 1.2M SF Office/Hotel Residential/ 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates ASSOCIATE of Firm Plan to build an 18-story tower atop Union Station in the West Loop which would include 539,000 square feet of office Senior Designer space, a 350-room hotel and six floors of condominiums, at 210 S. Canal St. The development commission approved $18.7 million in TIF funds for a redevelopment of the station by Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Chicago-based Prime Group Realty Trust. Architect Daniel Chicago IL Burnham, Union Station’s designer, had envisioned a tower on top of the building, but it has stood at eight stories since it was completed in 1925.
    • 1998-2001 Part of a larger PD, the client requested a traditional building for the corner site, citing neighborhood interest Chicago IL in preserving the character of E LSD. An invited competition with this design selected. The Lucien LaGrange and Associates 27 story luxury residential 840 n Lake shore drive luxury residential tower tower contains 75 large condo units, including two full-floor penthouse units. Located at LSD at Pearson, one of the last city sites with permanently unobstructed lake and city skyline views, the tower is set back at the south elevation aligning with the new tower to the west. An intermediate ASSOCIATE of Firm cornice line on the east façade aligns with the top of the adjacent Lake Shore Club to the north. The glassy rounded corner is intended to mediate between the two Senior Designer facades at an acute angle, acting as a more contemporary hinge between the two more traditional facades. The building completes the Pearson Street wall. Design competition: Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Conceptual design, written narrative, hand renderings and Chicago IL schematic sketches. Building design: Senior designer for the tower, overseeing all phases of design, documentation and detailing.
    • 1998-2001 Part of a larger PD, the client requested a traditional building for the corner site, citing neighborhood interest Chicago IL in preserving the character of E LSD. An invited competition with this design selected. The Lucien LaGrange and Associates 27 story luxury residential 840 n Lake shore drive luxury residential tower tower contains 75 large condo units, including two full-floor penthouse units. Located at LSD at Pearson, one of the last city sites with permanently unobstructed lake and city skyline views, the tower is set back at the south elevation aligning with the new tower to the west. An intermediate ASSOCIATE of Firm cornice line on the east façade aligns with the top of the adjacent Lake Shore Club to the north. The glassy rounded corner is intended to mediate between the two Senior Designer facades at an acute angle, acting as a more contemporary hinge between the two more traditional facades. The building completes the Pearson Street wall. Design competition: Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Conceptual design, written narrative, hand renderings and Chicago IL schematic sketches. Building design: Senior designer for the tower, overseeing all phases of design, documentation and detailing.
    • 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates The proposed hotel is a carefully conceived response to the goals set forth by the client ASSOCIATE of Firm for its flagship Chicago hotel. sofitel hotel competition entry The design solution was to express modern technology in a traditional manner, capturing the essence of what Americans perceive to be French stryle. Senior Designer The 350,000SF hotel includes two levels of below grade parking, boutiques, market and restaurants. The on-site conference center is in addition to ballrooms and banquet Randy Deutsch AIA LEED facilities. The 410 hotel room hotel is clad entirely in stone, Chicago IL glass with formed metal spandrel panels and rails. Design Competition: Design, rendering, project narrative and client presentation.
    • 1998-2001 Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates The proposed hotel is a carefully conceived response to the goals set forth by the client ASSOCIATE of Firm for its flagship Chicago hotel. sofitel hotel competition entry The design solution was to express modern technology in a traditional manner, capturing the essence of what Americans perceive to be French stryle. Senior Designer The 350,000SF hotel includes two levels of below grade parking, boutiques, market and restaurants. The on-site conference center is in addition to ballrooms and banquet Randy Deutsch AIA LEED facilities. The 410 hotel room hotel is clad entirely in stone, Chicago IL glass with formed metal spandrel panels and rails. Design Competition: Design, rendering, project narrative and client presentation.
    • 1998-2001 Chicago IL Marche/Movenpick Equitable Plaza dining/market Pavilion I Located at Michigan Avenue’s Lucien LaGrange and Associates Equitable Plaza, the dining and market pavilion would serve as the main public entry to the sprawling restaurant below the existing plaza. The main challenge for the designer was to design a structure that would fit in with the largely classical Michigan Avenue bridge structure and river esplanade, the modern equitable Building ASSOCIATE of Firm and the gothic limestone Tribune Tower. The final design must be approved by neighborhood and special interest groups, as well as the immediate neighbors, building owners Senior Designer and Planning Department approval. Schematic design and design development with Jordan Mozer Associates. After not receiving building owner approval, the designer had a Randy Deutsch AIA LEED second opportunity to design the structure, this time with Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange Associates. This design ultimately sought and received all necessary approvals only to be withdrawn by the client.
    • 1998-2001 Marche/Movenpick Equitable Plaza dining/market Pavilion II Chicago IL Located at Michigan Avenue’s Lucien LaGrange and Associates Equitable Plaza, the dining and market pavilion would serve as the main public entry to the sprawling restaurant below the existing plaza. The main challenge for the designer was to design a structure that would fit in with the largely classical Michigan Avenue bridge structure and river esplanade, the modern equitable Building ASSOCIATE of Firm and the gothic limestone Tribune Tower. The final design must be approved by neighborhood and special interest groups, as well as the immediate neighbors, building owners Senior Designer and Planning Department approval. Schematic design and design development with Jordan Mozer Associates. After not receiving building owner approval, the designer had a Randy Deutsch AIA LEED second opportunity to design the structure, this time with Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange Associates. This design ultimately sought and received all necessary approvals only to be withdrawn by the client.
    • 2001-2005 Chicago IL plaza Renovation - Brunswick plaza Deutschwrx Inc PRESIDENT of Firm The designer proposed a Pedway entry pavilion for Brunswick Plaza in Chicago that features curved glass Design Principal and steel with a stone base. The steel has an anodized aluminum finish to match surrounding buildings. The proposed Pedway (pedestrian walkway) entry pavilion made Randy Deutsch AIA LEED of glass and steel for downtown Chicago’s Brunswick Plaza Chicago IL that fits comfortably within the straight lines of the nearby buildings and complements the curving Miro sculpture standing beside it.
    • 1998-2001 with dining and 16 screen cinema + 1100 room hotel 1.1M SF entertainment venues Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates This 1.1M SF urban vertical sony Metreon Entertainment Center entertainment center includes dining, live entertainment ASSOCIATE of Firm venues, 16 screens state-of- the-art cinemas, plus an 1,100 room hotel with direct tie-in to the entertainment center. The designer sought to create both indoor and outdoor gathering Senior Designer areas to assure that a balance of activity could be struck between the congested River North street life and the themed entertainment venues on the Ohio Street corridor. Senior Randy Deutsch AIA LEED designer, working directly with Sony Entertainment in Burbank, Chicago IL was responsible for the schematic design and design development of the building shell, cinema and hotel exterior and all non-venue interiors.
    • 1998-2001 with dining and 16 screen cinema + 1100 room hotel 1.1M SF entertainment venues Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates This 1.1M SF urban vertical sony Metreon Entertainment Center entertainment center includes dining, live entertainment ASSOCIATE of Firm venues, 16 screens state-of- the-art cinemas, plus an 1,100 room hotel with direct tie-in to the entertainment center. The designer sought to create both indoor and outdoor gathering Senior Designer areas to assure that a balance of activity could be struck between the congested River North street life and the themed entertainment venues on the Ohio Street corridor. Senior Randy Deutsch AIA LEED designer, working directly with Sony Entertainment in Burbank, Chicago IL was responsible for the schematic design and design development of the building shell, cinema and hotel exterior and all non-venue interiors.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT Wilson Yard 6-acre mixed-use project w/ urban Target An urban transit oriented mixed- use development comprising a new $180,000SF urban, vertical Target store anchoring the north end of the project featuring an extensive green roof, with 50,000SF of additional retail, restaurants and commercial space. Anchoring the south end of the project are two residential apartment buildings: a 180- unit mixed-income building to accommodate 85 families and 100 one bedroom senior living residences. In addition to the green roofs the project features a solar-reflective roofing system, collection and Chicago IL controlled release of storm water, a new green space to serve as the community center for a neighboring elementary school.
    • 1998-2001 Mariano’s Market hall + condo tower State/Randolph Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates ASSOCIATE of Firm The Chicago Market hall would be Chicago’s first specialty food emporium. The two story structure would feature manufacturing, food [reparation Senior Designer classes, a food market, bakery, catering facilities, café and full-service restaurant for Chicago’s theater district, in total requiring over 40 permits. The market Hall includes a 26 Randy Deutsch AIA LEED story residential tower at the rear of the site. Senior designer, Chicago IL working directly with the client and his consultants, responsible for project conception, initial successful RFP for the City, and leading work in all phases.
    • 1998-2001 Mariano’s Market hall + condo tower State/Randolph Chicago IL Lucien LaGrange and Associates ASSOCIATE of Firm The Chicago Market hall would be Chicago’s first specialty food emporium. The two story structure would feature manufacturing, food [reparation Senior Designer classes, a food market, bakery, catering facilities, café and full-service restaurant for Chicago’s theater district, in total requiring over 40 permits. The market Hall includes a 26 Randy Deutsch AIA LEED story residential tower at the rear of the site. Senior designer, Chicago IL working directly with the client and his consultants, responsible for project conception, initial successful RFP for the City, and leading work in all phases.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT carroll place 19-story luxury mixed-use building Maple Views 15-story mixed-use development Maple Views is a 15-story mixed-use apartment building designed adjacent to and complimentary with the adjacent Carroll Place luxury tower. The two projects form a cohesive gateway from the north to Evanston’s bourgeoning downtown commercial district. The 270 car garage is wrapped on the Maple and Emerson Street sides by retail space and single loaded residential units to lessen its visual impact from the street. The development’s massing steps down to the scale of the adjacent residential neighborhood to the north. The project is designed for LEED certification and contains 154 dwelling units in Maple Views and 185 luxury units at Carroll Place.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT carroll place 19-story luxury mixed-use building Maple Views 15-story mixed-use development Maple Views is a 15-story mixed-use apartment building designed adjacent to and complimentary with the adjacent Carroll Place luxury tower. The two projects form a cohesive gateway from the north to Evanston’s bourgeoning downtown commercial district. The 270 car garage is wrapped on the Maple and Emerson Street sides by retail space and single loaded residential units to lessen its visual impact from the street. The development’s massing steps down to the scale of the adjacent residential neighborhood to the north. The project is designed for LEED certification and contains 154 dwelling units in Maple Views and 185 luxury units at Carroll Place.
    • steeltown of Bucktown retail/residential building Chicago IL Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE of Firm Lucien LaGrange and Associates Chicago IL 1998-2001
    • 1998-2001 A curved, glass, precast concrete and metal panel 600,000SF Near North Chicago mixed-use development with Chicago IL luxury residential tower and townhouses to serve as a light, contemporary landmark Lucien LaGrange and Associates upon approaching the city the court 600,000SF Lincoln Park mixed-use complex from the north and from the west. Six levels of enclosed parking accommodate 350 cars and reside over ground floor retail, community center and health club. The tower’s north façade addresses the city grid and adjacent east- west traffic corridor, while the south façade is curved to take ASSOCIATE of Firm advantage of unobstructed views of the city skyline, paralleling the north branch of the Chicago River. The client requested integrated balconies wherever possible in both the Senior Designer tower and townhouses. The designer’s solution envelopes the balconies within the curve on the tower’s south elevation, and within the angled facades of the townhouses, with the result Randy Deutsch AIA LEED that they are barely apparent. As the complex development’s Chicago IL senior designer responsible for the tower, townhouses, retail and outdoor public spaces conceptual design through design development.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT avalonBay st andrews 38-story tower Designed on a church property parking lot, the 38-story residential tower over parking garage and retail would be one of the only major developments built in Chicago’s lakefront Edgewater neighborhood. Located adjacent to the existing Greek Church, the building was designed with attention given to how it would interface with its neighbors and streetscape. Residents would enjoy unobstructed views of Lake Michigan from their units as well as from a rooftop green plaza. The exterior façade of Chicago IL the tower was designed with the appearance of a basket weave pattern to add texture, light and shadow and dimension to the building enclosure.
    • 1035 W Van Buren 31 story tower Chicago IL Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT
    • avalonBay south clark Two 50-story towers, 1000 units Chicago IL Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT
    • avalonBay south clark Two 50-story towers, 1000 units Chicago IL Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT avalonBay Madison & Racine 250 unit apt bldg An 8-story, 240 unit apartment building with 14,000SF of ground floor retail space is designed to utilize the site in the most efficient manner, allowing for daylight into units and views of the surrounding city skyline from the majority of units. Apartments facing the courtyard overlook a landscaped garden below. The building’s rounded corner addresses a jog in Racine Avenue as it continues from the south, creating a visual continuity between the two streets. The building elevations are broken up into what appears to be smaller buildings in keeping with the scale of adjacent buildings in Chicago’s Chicago IL West Loop neighborhood. The building is clad in masonry and glass with metal accents which together form a cohesive whole.
    • Xerox Building renovation of lobbies and public spaces Chicago IL Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE of Firm Lucien LaGrange and Associates Chicago IL 1998-2001
    • 1996-1998 After completing the $500/SF Hancock Building Cheesecake Factory, Jordan Mozer was challenged to create an equally Jordan Mozer & Assoc Chicago IL compelling, streamlined modern design for a new restaurant, wine bar and cigar lounge at $60/SF, INCLUDING custom furniture and fixtures. This design is the result of that challenge. Through the selective use of pedestrian materials and finishes, used in unconventional ways, as well as the exposure of existing wood ASSOCIATE of Firm hudson club restaurant, lounge & bar trusses, the designer was able to design, document and assist in construction of the building within the goals established by the client. All forms were generated with the sensation Senior Designer/Architect of movement as the design impulse, with the suggestion of fins, wings, fenders and propellers throughout. The all- aluminum storefront carries the streamlined theme outside within the existing masonry frame. Design architect responsible for schematic design and design Randy Deutsch AIA LEED development for the restaurant, bar and cigar lounge elevations Chicago IL and sections, documentation and detailing, overseeing construction documentation and construction observation through project completion.
    • 1989-1996 A three story house across from Lincoln Park designed to accommodate a family and Chicago IL their extensive contemporary art collection. The first floor includes a garage, kitchen, dining room, family and living Lohan Associates room; the second floor is the master bedroom suite with study and library; the third floor contains children’s bedrooms and terrace overlooking the park. A central circulation spine Design Architect ASSOCIATE of Firm divides the 6,500SF house in two rising the height of the Lincoln park Residence building. The new house mimics the height of the neighboring residences including the Wrigley Mansion to the south. Like its neighbor, the designer elevated the first story for privacy and views of the park. Granite, limestone and grey-tinted glass make up the façade. Planes of glass and stone project Randy Deutsch AIA LEED asymmetrically from the angled façade to maximize views of Chicago IL the park and lake. As design architect assisted in the design and design development of the house exterior, interior wall details and material selection.
    • 2001-2005 Laser Residence - 840 n Lake shore dr Chicago IL Deutschwrx Inc PRESIDENT of Firm Design Principal A residential unit in 840 N. Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Lake Shore Drive inspired by the client’s admiration for the Chicago IL Picasso painting called The Dream. Based on the painting, the spaces are divided into conscious (public) areas and unconscious (private) ones.
    • 1996-1998 The Bellagio scope comprises five separate casino venues: a Race and Sports Book, Race Jordan Mozer & Assoc Chicago IL and Sports Book Lounge, Cirque du Soliel Store, America’s Grille – a 300-seat restaurant and bar – and a café. The challenge, set forth by Steve Wynn, was to design the venues within the classical Italian style of the Mirage Resorts, Bellagio Hotel & Casino $2.1 Billion casino and hotel while maintaining elements of interest and surprise in the designs. The designers ASSOCIATE of Firm addressed the client’s goals by designing the custom elements in a compatible style – but with a twist. The display fixtures at the subdued, classically- inspired Cirque Store look as Senior Designer/Architect though they are performing in a circus. The horse racing theme appears throughout the gentleman’s club-influenced Race and Sports Book, in the custom light fixtures, railings and bas relief flanking the wide open space, as well as the betting counters in the guise of Randy Deutsch AIA LEED a starting gate. The designer Las Vegas NV was responsible for all phases of the design, documentation and detailing of these venues; presentations to Steve Wynn and coordination with the client’s many, talented consultants.
    • 1996-1998 The Bellagio scope comprises five separate casino venues: a Race and Sports Book, Race Jordan Mozer & Assoc Chicago IL and Sports Book Lounge, Cirque du Soliel Store, America’s Grille – a 300-seat restaurant and bar – and a café. The challenge, set forth by Steve Wynn, was to design the venues within the classical Italian style of the Mirage Resorts, Bellagio Hotel & Casino $2.1 Billion casino and hotel while maintaining elements of interest and surprise in the designs. The designers ASSOCIATE of Firm addressed the client’s goals by designing the custom elements in a compatible style – but with a twist. The display fixtures at the subdued, classically- inspired Cirque Store look as Senior Designer/Architect though they are performing in a circus. The horse racing theme appears throughout the gentleman’s club-influenced Race and Sports Book, in the custom light fixtures, railings and bas relief flanking the wide open space, as well as the betting counters in the guise of Randy Deutsch AIA LEED a starting gate. The designer Las Vegas NV was responsible for all phases of the design, documentation and detailing of these venues; presentations to Steve Wynn and coordination with the client’s many, talented consultants.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT park Boulevard Master plan 1200 unit development The development represents the revitalization of 37 acres of the former Stateway Gardens public housing into a thriving neighborhood representing a mixture of market rate and affordable housing. The project features a variety of townhouses, attached single- family rowhouses, three- and six-flat walk-ups, mid-rise apartment buildings and a mixture of commercial and community functions all located within walking distance of the residences. A continuous system of public parks and open spaces links the site to nearby retail, places of employment and public buildings while Chicago IL creating desirable public open space for the development. The site features excellent access to transportation including commuter rail and bus service.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT River pointe Two 12-story towers The two 12-story residential buildings were designed high on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River in a gradual stepping pattern to mimic the surrounding bluffs. The 300,000SF building features an indoor/outdoor pool, golf simulator and other amenities associated with high end living. Dubuque IA The site features views up and down the Mississippi and into three adjacent states, as well as physical access to the city below.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT deerfield town center Mixed-Use Development The plan for the extension of Deerfield’s town center calls for construction of a 60 unit luxury residential building at the west end of the development; retail uses located near the intersection of Deerfield and Waukegan Roads; a green public plaza located along Deerfield Road and resurfacing of an existing utility building adjacent to a new 2-story Deerfield IL parking garage for shopper’s use. A public, landscaped square will serve as the focal point for the development’s retail identity.
    • Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT Lakes of Royce Renaissance 90 acre Mixed-Use Development The 82-acre property utilizes extensive surrounding wetlands and open green spaces to create a water theme throughout the mixed-use development located in Oak Brook Terrace/ Villa Park IL. The development features an urban town center with an open public plaza, alongside various commercial, residential, intensive care facility and hotel areas. The town center comprises 134,000SF of commercial and retail space addressing the property access point drawing Villa Park IL visitors and shoppers into the property from the nearby major roadway. The plan also includes 1900 residences and 450 hotel units.
    • northerly Island Meigs field development study 1989-1996 Chicago IL The Northerly Island/Meigs Field Development Study Lohan Associates called for the redevelopment of the existing airport site as park grounds for the City of Chicago. Friends of the Park approached the designer to propose a new use, compatible with lakefront Design Architect ASSOCIATE of Firm uses, that everyone in the city could use and access daily. The result is a design for Park 77 – where each of Chicago’s seventy-seven neighborhoods is assigned a one acre plot that they then design, construct and maintain, promoting neighborhood pride, identity, interaction as well as cooperation.Project conception, development, rendering and Randy Deutsch AIA LEED promotion in public forums. A competition was then held, Chicago IL co-sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Club and Friends of the Parks. The competition entry was entirely the work of the designer.
    • northerly Island Meigs field development study 1989-1996 Chicago IL The Northerly Island/Meigs Field Development Study Lohan Associates called for the redevelopment of the existing airport site as park grounds for the City of Chicago. Friends of the Park approached the designer to propose a new use, compatible with lakefront Design Architect ASSOCIATE of Firm uses, that everyone in the city could use and access daily. The result is a design for Park 77 – where each of Chicago’s seventy-seven neighborhoods is assigned a one acre plot that they then design, construct and maintain, promoting neighborhood pride, identity, interaction as well as cooperation.Project conception, development, rendering and Randy Deutsch AIA LEED promotion in public forums. A competition was then held, Chicago IL co-sponsored by the Chicago Architecture Club and Friends of the Parks. The competition entry was entirely the work of the designer.
    • ac tower & Retail spine w/ Adrian Smith-Gordon Gill Dubai UAE Randy Deutsch AIA LEED Senior Designer ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL of Firm FitzGerald Associates Architects Chicago IL 2005-CURRENT