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Gabriel Smith

Gabriel Smith

New York, NY, US

 

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About 

Gabriel Smith AIA, LEED AP

 

Gabriel Smith is a director at Thomas Phifer and Partners where he has helped to build the practice, mentor staff and has been a leader in the design and detailing of each of the firms institutional and cultural projects since 2005. His current projects include the Glenstone Museum, Corning Museum of Glass, the Museum of Modern Art Warsaw and TR Warszawa Theater. In two decades of practice he has driven design excellence projects which have earned over a dozen American Institute of Architects Honor Awards.

 

Gabriel started his professional career in London at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and Norman Foster & Partners, later moving to and Eskew Dumez Ripple Architects in New Orleans, where he served as Project Architect for the University of Louisiana Lafayette Art Museum, Acadiana Center for the Arts, IGFA Museum and numerous other cultural projects. While at EDR, Gabriel also taught design at Tulane for 7 years and remains committed to bridging between the academy and professional practice. In the past decade, he has been a visiting critic or lecturer at various universities including Columbia, Parsons, Harvard, Syracuse, and Cornell.  He holds a Master of Architecture II from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University.

 

Gabriel is a LEED accredited professional, member of the American Institute of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and is a registered Architect in New York and Louisiana.

Employment 

Thomas Phifer and Partners, New York, NY, US, Director

Oct 2005 - current
 

Education 

Harvard University, MArch, Architecture MARCH II

Jan 1990 - May 1992
 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 1983 - May 1988
 

Awards 

Juror: AIA Charlotte Design Awards, Other

Juror: AIA Charlotte Design Awards

2013
 

Waller Creek Competition – with TPP / MVVA, 1st Place

2011 Honor Award, A.I.A. National – North Carolina Museum of Art - with TPP
2009 First Place, Dallas Center for Architecture Competition - with Doncaster/Marshall
2008 Honor Award, A.I.A. Gulf States – Chattanooga Outdoor Center - with EDR
2008 Honor Award, A.I.A. Louisiana – Chattanooga Outdoor Center - with EDR
2008 Honor Award, A.I.A. Tennessee – Chattanooga Outdoor Center - with EDR
2007 Honor Award, A.I.A. Gulf States – Acadiana Center for Arts, Lafayette - EDR
2007 Honor Award, A.I.A. N.O. – Acadiana Center for Arts, Lafayette - with EDR
2006 Honor Award, A.I.A. New York – North Carolina Museum of Art – with TPP
2006 American Architecture Awards – ULL University Art Museum - with EDR
2005 Honor Award Interiors, A.I.A. National -University Art Museum - with EDR
2004 Honor Award, A.I.A. Gulf States – University Art Museum - with EDR
2004 Honor Award, A.I.A. Louisiana – University Art Museum - with EDR
2004 Honor Award, A.I.A. N.O. – University Art Museum - with EDR

2012
 

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