curriculum vitae

Matthew Schlueb owns and operates a sole-proprietorship private practice, maintaining six to eight active projects.

He has over two decades of architectural experience, specializing in residential design and construction, located between New York and Los Angeles. His architectural designs have been awarded by juried competitions at both local and national levels, receiving praise in print and television media internationally.

The following is an abridged curriculum vitae of annual highlights:

Instructor: Architecture in the Modern Era  (University of Pittsburgh, 2016)
Monthly featured writer/contributor  (North Hills Magazine, 2015)
‘Architectural Storytelling’ initiative  (launched, 2014)
Featured on EPIC Bathrooms  (Discovery Channel Network, 2013)
Profiled in Executive Living  (Pittsburgh Business Times, 2012)
Villa Vuoto featured in Tour of Homes  (Wesley Spectrum Services, 2011)
Inaugural Student Design Competition  (SCHLUEBarchitecture, 2010)
Manifesto on the Origin of Creativity  (published, 2009)
Villa Vuoto Master Bathroom awarded  (Pittsburgh Magazine: Superior Interiors, 2008)
The Schlueb Suite: Rifugio Collection  (launched, 2007)
Profiled Internationally  (Moodne Kodu, 2006)
Featured on OFFbeat AMERICA  (HGTV Network, 2005)
Registered Architect  (State of Maryland, 2004)
Registered Architect (State of Ohio, 2003)
‘Why Learn to Draw?’ initiative  (launched, 2002)
NCARB Certification  (National Council of Architectural Boards, 2001)
SCHLUEBarchitecture  (established, 2000)
Registered Architect  (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2000)
Master of Architecture  (Pratt Institute, 1994)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture  (Ohio State University, 1991)