Peter Krasnow , FAIA
44-year architectural career includes needs assessments, planning, programming, design, technologies, and project management for Justice Facilities: law enforcement; courts; detention; correctional; juvenile and special-needs.
provides clients with fresh design approaches that are inventive, responsive to their programs, timely, meet budgets, and get built.
In 2001, Mr. Krasnow
was honored as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
in recognition as one of America's veteran design innovators.
authored "Correctional Facility Design And Detailing", (The McGraw-Hill Companies), 1998, which has received international recognition as a valuable criminal justice resource.
He is an alumnus of Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York and has been published in numerous journals, such as World Architecture; Architectural Record; Architecture; Progressive Architecture; ENR;, Corrections Today, American Jails, Juvenile Justice; and Correctional News where he is advisory board member.
19 of his
project designs have been published in the AIA Justice Facilities Review.