Firm History

Bricolage Designs is a minority architectural firm founded in 1983. It is a firm diversified in practice and outlook, progressive in organization and flexible in its approach to the building industry. It is a firm that has evolved according to opportunity and need and that will continue to welcome new challenges.

Bricolage has grown from its founding staff of three to a talented and multi-faceted organization of over forty members that includes five registered architects. Its principals, Henry Radusky, a native of Havana, Cuba and Douglas Pulaski, are registered architects in the States of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; members of the American Institute of Architects; and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. They are joined by top technical associates to form an organization heavily reliant on an upper level management nucleus with over fifty years of architectural design and building technology experience. Staff members are experienced and well versed in the design and project documentation for all types of residential, commercial and institutional buildings.

Our work over the last twenty years covers a broad spectrum of building types including new and renovated residences, and many office and commercial structures located throughout the New York Metropolitan Area.

AWARDS: Brooklyn Union Gas Company: for the architectural firm of record with the most number of dwelling units filed in Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York (July 1991 to June 1992).

Queens Chamber of Commerce (Rand Building, 1991)