When working in the science research and teaching field, every commission offers us the opportunity for design solutions that positively influence the local community and beyond—immediately and for generations to come. For Ed, knowing that the architectural solutions he delivers will contribute on that level is immensely rewarding.
An architect with over 30 years of planning and design experience in science research and teaching facilities, Ed has led the design of numerous academic and institutional projects—designs that have been nationally and internationally recognized.
He’s sought-after for his ability to generate solutions and advance ideas during programming sessions and design workshops, and his hands-on work with clients yields unique solutions and inspiring environments.
Currently, Ed and his team are completing programming on a marine research facility in southern California and the design of new research and teaching laboratories for Yale University. Ed’s passion is to design inspiring environments that unite research and teaching spaces with interaction and gathering spaces, designs that enhance and energize educational missions.
Taking inspiration from musical composition and performance, Ed creates designs that inspire collective creativity within structured processes. Ed’s love for the ocean has him spending much of his free time windsurfing coastal waters, but when it’s too cold to sail, he’ll explore the nearby fishing communities and their museums.