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Mr. Woloshin received his degree’s from University of Miami school of architecture in both undergrad and post graduate doctoral degrees. He received his suburb and town design masters after living in Italy for two years and learning the architectural culture and design methods of European design. He has designed high-end residences on private islands and developed master planned communities for residential plots on various islands, he has worked on many Ritz Carlton resorts and several underground homes in the Caribbean. A unique private pool he designed on Miami Beach has won several awards. Currently since creating his own company along with his partner, he has worked with such world renown clients such as Ellen DeGeneres current home in Montecito. He has worked with Jungle Island Theme Park and 40 animal enclosures in Miami, Revlon designing their headquarters in the Wynwood Arts district in Miami. Other clients are the Best Western Group in Miami Beach, Disney, Romero Britto Headquarters in Wynwood, and Ocean Reef Private Community (ORCA) in Key Largo Florida. In Las Vegas, Mr. Woloshin has worked on the Cosmopolitan Hotel design in conjunction with Arquitectonica when we worked there for a decade. In the Midwest, he has designed and constructed projects that range from a 5000-sq-ft. residential addition to a private golf club pavilion. He has been involved in designing law firms, banquet halls, doctors’ offices, salons, and a train station. He worked at Arquitectonica for a decade as a valuable employee working on the owners personal residences around the globe, and years after opening his own firm, the owners came to him and asked him to open an office in the western United States. He has agreed to keep his offices in place for a boutique firm while simultaneously starting a world renown firm here in Las Vegas Mr. Woloshin’s philosophy has always been to create a unique property for the client that is both whimsical and well-thought out, so that the final product will last through time as a functional piece of art. He believes that when designing a project, the entire site–from the neighborhood to the landscape and even the interiors–must be creatively unified.