Приветствую Вас Guest
Monday
19.11.2018
00:11

MOSCOW GAINING HEIGHT

Autorisation form
Поиск

statistics
   Timothy Johnson,
AIA, LEED™ AP
Partner in Charge of Design

Timothy Johnson serves as Design Partner for the New York office. His main area of focus is strategic direction and market
leadership for the firm’s international corporate and commercial practice. Through his award-winning work in commercial
developments, corporate office towers and workplace interiors, hospitals, higher education institutions, and transportation
facilities—Tim leverages his commitment to engage communities and their cultures to inform the design process to redefine the
urban experience and improve the quality of life. In addition, Tim is known in the industry for using design as core ingredient
to a client’s successful business strategy. Interviewed recently by the Wall Street Journal and Fox Business News Channel,
Tim is recognized for his expertise designing challenging urban environments and complex mixed-use projects.

professional affiliations
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
The Architectural League of New York
Urban Land Institute
Council on Tall Buildings in an Urban Habitat
 
certification
Registered Architect: NY, NJ, MA, SC, OH, CT, PA,
MI
National Council of Architectural Registration Board
(NCARB)
LEED Accredited Professional
education
Master of Science, Advanced Architectural Design, 1992
Columbia University, New York
Bachelor of Architecture, 1990
University of Minnesota
 
Presentations
AIA Minnesota Convention, 2006
"Change Design"
Singapore Conference, 2005
"Fairfield Metro Center Case Study"
 
Awards and Honors
Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award, 2001
“Young Americans” Architecture Magazine, 1999
Civic Architecture New York, 1995
Modern Healthcare and the American Institute of
Architects, Design Award, 1994
Progressive Architecture “Young Architects” Award
AIA New York Chapter – Design Award, 1992
Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill Foundation Fellow
William F. Kinne Fellowship
CSI Technology Award
1990-SPQR Rome Prize