Jeffrey Lodin has a Masters of Architecture and is a graduate from Cornell University. Mr. Lodin graduated among the top of his class and studied under Pritzker Prize winning architect Thom Mayne. His final design presentations were judged by world renowned architects such as Richard Meier, Peter Eisenman, and Lebbeus Woods.
His designs stem from the investigations of social/cultural relevancy, rooted in scale, proportion, functionality, and contextualism through various mediums of architectural process. His knowledge of digital (ie 3D Modeling programs) and analog processes provide an advantageous means of presenting and analyzing ideas throughout the course of the project. Mr. Lodin’s focus is on architectural design, and how the assemblage of integrated systems and concepts infuses the design with coherence, legibility, meaning, pragmatic performance, and the visceral.
Mr. Lodin has been working extensively on projects in the Dominican Republic and Sint Maarten, providing well received designs and 3-dimensional renderings. His hard work, dedication, and eye for design make him an invaluable asset to the company.
Model Perspectives: Structure, Architecture, and Culture
Mark Cruvellier, Bjorn Sandaker, and Luben Dimcheff, 2016
Association, Volume 6|
Cornell University AAP, 2014
The Language of Architecture: 26 Principles Every Architect Should Know
Andrea Simitch and Val Warke, 2014