Scot DiStefano is a registered architect, artist, author and educator, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is a graduate of the University of Florida School of Architecture and certified by the National Council of Architecture Registration Boards. He has been practicing architecture as a solo practitioner since 2000, after working for Giller and Giller Inc. in Miami Beach and as an assistant to internationally renowned architect, Dan Duckham, in Fort Lauderdale. Scot is a published architect and author. His work is featured in numerous publications including Florida Architect, Home Fort Lauderdale, OBJEKT International (Netherlands), Wallpaper* Magazine (UK), the New York Times and the London Financial Times.
Additionally, his home and studio, the FoxDen, is published in Villas of the World (China). Scot’s Master’s thesis was published as a precise in World Architecture(UK). He is a practicing artist, working in acrylic, oil, ceramic, and mixed media, and has several literary endeavors (both fiction and non-fiction) in the works. Scot’s civic activities include sustainability education and serving the portion of the community that lacks proper nutrition, through a vegetarian food outreach program. His leisure enjoyments include traveling,nature experiences, and photography.