Casimir has a deep love for building in its full spectrum, whether it be studying historical styles and labor movements, maintaining machinery, or the very act of crafting itself. His interest in cities, art, and design was ignited while studying architecture at the University at Buffalo. At some point during his studies, however, he realized that he’d rather spend his days building models of his designs in the wood-shop than rendering digital drawings in an office. Since then, he has worked on various residential projects both interior and exterior. He has done extensive work to his own house in Buffalo ranging from repairing antique door lock sets, repointing and flashing a leaky chimney, and fully redesigning multiple rooms from studs to finished product. When not working on his house and stressing over 1/32 of an inch he is most likely at his shop working on a piece of furniture, stressing over 1/128 of an inch.