Prior to private practice, Foti Lukas Diamon worked as an associate in the firm of Kaestle Boos Associates, a prominent architectural firm in the State of Connecticut. During his three-year tenure with Kaestle Boos, he served as a project architect involved in the design and administration of several major commissions, including the Northeast Utilities Service Center in Waterbury, CT and the West Hartford, CT Town Hall.
In 1986, Mr. Diamon founded Foti Lukas Diamon, Architect as a sole proprietorship. Immediately, the firm was retained as consultant architect in charge of design for the Jack P. Savage Commons Elderly Housing Project, which received in 1992 a National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) Agency Award for Merit in Design.
Professional Architectural Registration
Bachelor of Architecture, Professional Degree Program
Graduate Studies – Urban Design
“Marinello Residence,” Technology: Science and Math in Action, McGraw Hill Publications 1995.
Architectural Drawing: The Building Plan, Fried Productions for Prentice Hall Media, Inc. 1984.
Computer Aided Design, Prentice Hall Publications 1984.
Innovations in Housing Competition, American Plywood Association, 1991.
Golden Triangle Competition, Portland, Maine, 1980.
Roosevelt Island Housing Competition, New York City, NY, 1976.