Paul Muldawer studied under world famous architect, Louis Kahn, for Paul’s Master’s Degree at University of Pennsylvania after graduating from University of Florida and serving in the US Army. He has won numerous national and local awards in the area of energy efficient architecture, urban design, historic preservation, and philanthropic community service projects.
Major projects have included the design of Atlanta City Hall, President Carter’s inaugural reviewing facilities, and the Savannah Historic Preservation Plan.
Paul’s latest endeavor is creating kinetic photography (3 dimensional images that change relative to one’s angle of vision). He also executed a series of photorealism paintings drawn from his collection of worldwide urban photography. Paul also continues to be involved in pro-bono, civic architect projects.