AIA, NCARB, LEED BD + C
1999 – Bachelor of Science in Architecture – University of Maryland
2001 – M.Arch. – University of Maryland
2001 – Graduate Certificate in Urban Design – University of Maryland
Licensed Architect: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida, North Carolina
Brian has been a practicing architect in the Baltimore/Washington DC area for twenty years; developing educational, residential, mixed-use, institutional and commercial projects that reflect a holistic approach to the design and build process. A hands-on professional by nature, Brian relishes in seeing his projects through the entire construction process, working closely with builders to interpret and fully realize the client’s vision, every step of the way.
AIA, NCARB, LEED BD + C
1999 – Bachelor of Science in Architecture – University of Maryland 2001 – Graduate Certificate in Urban Design – University of Maryland 2004 – M.Arch. – University of Maryland
Licensed Architect: Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia
Alick is a practicing architect with twenty years of experience. Throughout his career he has typically focused on the DC/Maryland/Virginia region or much farther afield in places such as Qatar, India and Morocco. His experience in Architecture and Planning ranges from feasibility studies and design competitions to master plans and full-service building projects. Alick’s skill and sensitivity as a designer have lead to award winning projects for challenging programs and sites.
2010 – Bachelor of Science in Architecture – University of Maryland
2012 – M.Arch. – University of Maryland
Licensed Architect: Maryland
Justin Obringer is a practicing licensed architect with a passion for design excellence and technical detailing. Working on projects around the country, he has a vast range of experience in the mixed-use sector, leading the design and documentation for a variety of retail/residential and retail/office projects. Throughout his career, he has led projects of various scales and budgets and has been instrumental in helping navigate the designs through complex review and approval processes within the respective jurisdictions.
2016 – Bachelor of Science in Architecture – University of Michigan
2018 – M.Arch. – University of Michigan
Amy Kurtycz has a love for design and fabrication, through both manual and digital means. She has experience designing and executing physical and virtual realities including custom furniture, site installations, branding and websites. She has worked professionally as part of multidisciplinary teams on project types such as workspaces, residential, retail, and community based. Regardless of the projects scope or scale, she strives to build connections and tell powerful stories through design while fulfilling a responsibility to the natural environment as well as the economic and social context.
2016 – Associated of Applied Science degree in Architecture – Anne Arundel Community College
2018 – Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design – Morgan State University
2020– M.Arch. – University of Maryland
Dan is currently studying at University of Maryland where he is pursuing his Master of Architecture Degree. Before Architecture, he wanted to be an artist as he loves to draw and paint. Throughout his academic year, he likes to challenge himself and has done studio projects ranging from multi-family housing to large timber construction high-rise design. Dan has won past AIA Student awards since community college.