Sophomore Studio // 2044 

Recent work from our Sophomore Studio, fall semester.  Click below to view the gallery:

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November 3rd: FOX Architects

Join us Friday at 12 PM to hear Russell Remy and Savannah Mills from Fox Architects speak!


Russell brings more than 25 years of extensive experience
to his work across client and project management, design
and documentation, construction management, as well as mentoring and quality management. 
As a Staff Designer, Savannah’s proficiency with REVIT, CAD and the Adobe Suite and
creative ability allows her to develop strong concepts that compliment the company’s
brand. Her talent enhances client understanding during the
schematic design and design development processes. This attention to detail allows
Savannah to weave a story that connects the client to their space with designs that
reflect the client’s values and mission. 
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October 27: AECOM

Join us friday at noon to hear AECOM's Daniel DiMarco speak about healthcare design!

Originally from Fairfax County, Daniel attended Va Tech initially studying engineering, and then graduating with a BA in History (’88). He worked in design build after graduation in the US along with work related trips to Europe before going back to graduate school to receive an MA in Architecture from Va Tech (’95). Since then he has been leading the architectural healthcare studio in the Roanoke office. He has over 20 years of comprehensive design experience for leading healthcare and science facilities, including public, private, and government clients. 

Visit AECOM's website here to learn more. 


October 20th: Knoll


Matt Karner from Knoll will be visiting to speak! Come join us at 12 PM on Friday! 

Matt brings 15 years of practice experience in workplace design to his role as A&D Sales Representative for Knoll in Washington, DC. His proficiency enables him to support the design team through every phase of the project from planning and design, through procurement, delivery and installation.

Matt places an enormous amount of importance on building a trusting relationship with the client and design team for each project through which clear communication and vision can be expressed. His accomplishments reflect this as well as his ability to take that vision and develop creative Knoll solutions with each client’s unique aesthetic and business objectives in mind.

Matt graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Interior Design and is a licensed interior designer in the District of Columbia.

Visit Knoll's website here to learn more.