Mr. Kubicki joined Tillotson Design in 2005, after fifteen years of experience in lighting design as a project manager and associate at Kugler Tillotson Associates. His lighting experience includes a wide variety of award-winning public and private projects, many of which have been featured in national publications, including the LEED Platinum Queens Botanical Garden, and Thorne Hall at Bowdoin College. Prior to his work in lighting design, Mr. Kubicki worked with architecture and space planning firms in both New York and Philadelphia. Mr. Kubicki's experience also includes five years as a staff architect/planner for the National Park Service where he was involved with the urban development, rehabilitation, and management of urban park structures and facilities.
Mr. Kubicki received his Bachelor of Architecture from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and completed additional studies in the MFA in Lighting Design Program at Parsons School of Design. He has also worked as a commercial electrician, and has been the Master Electrician for several Off-Broadway theatrical companies in NYC.
Mr. Kubicki's notable TDA projects include: the Wright Restaurant at the Guggenheim Museum, in NYC; the Alessi flagship store in NYC; the Harvard Club in NYC; and the Balsille School of International Affairs in Ontario, Canada.