Eric Karasek | Howard Kulp Architects

Eric Karasek


Eric Karasek is a Project Architect for Howard Kulp Architects where he is responsible for the management of multiple concurrent projects in all aspects of the design, construction and renovation process, including Schematic Design and Planning, Project Budgeting & Scheduling, Design Development, Contract Documentation and Construction Administration.

Mr. Karasek is a registered architect in Pennsylvania. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Prior to joining HKA in 2013, Mr. Karasek was an Architectural Designer at Redstone Run Builders in Hawley, PA where he was responsible for all architectural operations of the company. He was also previously employed by LTS Builders, as the company’s Architectural Production Manager. While employed at LTS, Mr. Karasek supervised a team of six draftsmen in the production of internal price/bid documents, sales & marketing drawings, construction documents and master production sets. He also applied his technical and design expertise in the design and/or production of over 2000 new homes. Mr. Karasek brings a diverse background of experience in multiple project types. He has designed, documented and managed projects ranging from residential additions to large scale commercial developments. He is also an accomplished artist, skilled at conceptual sketching, pencil/ink drawing & watercolor/marker rendering. Mr. Karasek has recently been honored as a Finalist in the AIA Philadelphia Napkin Sketch Competition.

Mr. Karasek received a Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University School of Architecture in 2004 and a Minor in Italian Language. During his studies he received honorable mention in the Pennsylvania Concrete and Masonry competition of 2001. Mr. Karasek also studied abroad in Rome, Italy where he completed an in depth investigation and examination of Italian architecture, urban context, culture and language. He is a member of the Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association and Alpha Rho Chi, the only national co-ed professional fraternity for architecture and the allied arts.