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Theodore Ferringer

Theodore Ferringer

Cleveland, OH, US

 

About 

Intern architect at Bialosky + Partners Architects, an AIA Ohio Gold Medal office with locations in Cleveland, OH and NYC, NY. 

AIA Ohio Valley Regional Director serving on the AIA National Associates Committee, term 2014-15.

Currently Director of Community Outreach for the AIA Cleveland chapter for 2013-14.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Bialosky + Partners Architects, Cleveland, OH, US, Designer

Oct 2012 - current
 

Studio Techne | Architects, Cleveland, OH, US, Designer

Aug 2008 - Sep 2012
 

Payto Architects, Inc., Cleveland, OH, US, Intern

Jun 2006 - Aug 2008
 

Education 

Kent State University, Cleveland, OH, US, MArch, College of Architecture & Environmental Design / Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative

2006 Bachelor of Architecture (Kent State CAED)
2008 Masters of Architecture (Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative)
2008 Masters of Urban Design (Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative)

Studied aboard at Kent State, Florence (Italy) in 2005 and 2007.

Aug 2002 - Aug 2008
 

Awards 

2014 Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Award, Award

The NEO Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Award is an award ceremony and recognition for 25 of Northeast Ohio’s best young leaders under 35 years of age bestowed by The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club

2014
 

Guardian of Transportation, Award

To recognize of the time and talent volunteers contributed to Bike Cleveland in 2013.

Bike Cleveland builds livable communities by promoting all forms of cycling and advocating for the rights and equality of the cycling community.

Theodore won this award for his pro-bono design at Bialosky + Partners Architects, leading efforts for planning and design for "The Midway" a conceptual proposal for a separated cycle track network in Cleveland that re-uses right-of-ways from Cleveland's former streetcar network.

2014
 

AIA Cleveland Associates Activism Award, Award

To recognize local emerging leaders who are influencing a sustainable future of the profession by
making architecture/interior design accessible and relevant to the public while both educating and
learning from the broader community.

2013
 

Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative's Center for Outdoor Living Design (COLD), Honorable Mention, Honorable Mention

Over 80 registrants participated in the 2013 COLDSCAPES Competition, with submissions received from 15 U.S. cities and 13 countries spanning a wide range of cold (and warm) weather climates.

The three winning entries and ten honorable mentions were selected by a jury comprised of leaders in a range of design fields, including architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and public art. The projects selected for recognition reflect the diversity of the jurors’ backgrounds and the spectrum of potential insertion points for design to enhance the lives of winter city visitors and residents.

Our submission, GLOW, is featured as an Honorable Mention, and will be published in Urban Infill, Vol. 6, available from Amazon.com November 15, 2013.

2013
 

Areas of Specialization 



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