Stephen Jablonski is a founding partner of Jablonski DeVriese Architects. He received an Associates degree from Wentworth Institute in Boston and graduated cum laude from Syracuse University with a degree in architecture. Mr. Jablonski started his professional career as an architect in 1980 and has been a registered architect in Massachusetts since 1984. His specialty is planning adaptive reuse projects for historic buildings.
During his career he has held leadership positions with the Springfield Historical Commission, the American Institute of Architects, and the Springfield Rotary Club. His volunteer efforts include Board membership with Gardening the Community, Springfield, MA, the Kosciusko Foundation New England Chapter and the Springfield Libraries & Museums Association.
He is married, lives in Springfield, MA & has a 7 year old daughter. He has a passion for endurance sports like long distance running & triathlons. He practices yoga daily. At the start of his career he attended the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Townsend, WA. From that experience he gained a knowledge of traditional hand tools and an appreciation of fine craftsmanship.
Mr. Jablonski has attended multiple continuing education programs presented by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Library design and firm leadership were the subjects he studied there.
Brian received his Bachelor’s of Architecture from the University of Detroit [Detroit, MI]. He is a registered architect and member of the AIA. Brian brings expertise to the firm with more than 28 years experience in commercial, residential, educational, and municipal facilities throughout New England. He has lived and practiced in Western Massachusetts for the past 20 years and is a member of the Town of Heath Board of Selectmen and past chair of the Conservation Commission.