Joseph Sistler has over 25 years of design and project management experience in both small and high profile projects.  He has managed design and construction for projects in excess of $100 million.  While residing in New York, he apprenticed with renowned architects Philip Birnbaum, Ulrich Franzen and Robert Venturi-Bissell and worked on projects including Trump Plaza at 63rd &amp 3rd, Manhattan Place for Jeffrey Glick, and Rector Place (a 45-story, mixed-use tower at Battery Park).  He also worked on Pace Gallery and the Graduate Studies Building at the University of California in Irvine.  Also noteworthy is the entry for “A Tower for Lincoln Center”, an invited design competition sponsored by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.  Included in the design were a luxury condominium tower, the addition of a fire station/training facility, and additions and renovations to the Julliard School.

Sistler was recruited to Florida to be head of architectural design for a major Palm Beach developer and now specializes in resort and resort/residential design. He directs design and planning operations of a publicly traded development company and is principal of Joseph Allan & Company, a resort and residential concepts design firm.

This expertise enables him to consult with design firms where he manages the interior architectural aspects of hospitality and residential projects.  Notable projects include the Hilton Grand Vacations Club in Las Vegas, Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast and a Private Residence in Tierra Verde.  Sistler’s mastery and creativity add a level of excellence and distinction to interior architectural designs and detailing.

Sistler is a sculptor and lamp designer.  His creations include architecturally inspired “towers” of exotic hardwoods, metal, hand-blown and stained glass.  He has exhibited in Palm Beach and South Beach