Dylan Howe

Dylan Howe

New York, NY, US

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Design is what provokes me.  With a budding interest in the concept of architecture as equity, I employ combinations of People, Place and Process that have culminated in exceptional experiences both physical and digital. 

By putting the human experience at the center of my process I’ve found inspiration in everything from real estate to UX to product design, and I won’t stop here. Robert Frost’s words resonate with me when he says, “I’m not confused, just well mixed.” So please enjoy the accumulation of creative debris.



Ennead Architects, New York, NY, US, Design Lead and Business Development

Achievements: Assisted in the growth of our interiors group by leveraging previous workplace
experience to enhance our commercial presence. Lead interior design efforts for the next
generation of healthcare spaces, including the new downtown Mount Sinai and a new addition to
the pediatrics cardiology outpatient suite at NYU Langone’s Kimmel Pavilion. Lead interior design
efforts for Ennead’s future offi ce space. Took on a strategy role by building systems for business
development and implementing our workplace strategy offering.

Jan 2019 - current

Mancini Duffy, New York, NY, US, Project Designer/Project Architect

Achievements: Communicated with clients and consultants to deliver exceptional user
experiences through interior environments. Designed and delivered multiple high-end offi ce
spaces for Morgan Stanley. Designed for the adaptive reuse of an historic corner lot as a broadcast
studio for Oath. Designed and coordinated over 500,000 sf of airport interiors for multiple airlines
in numerous locations. Hosted internal design sprints for charrette based problem solving. I was
integral in firm growth by advocating publicly for the fi rm and brand, growing a robust network,
building an Aviation Practice and revitalizing a dormant Product Design Practice.

Jan 2014 - Aug 2018


NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies, New York, NY, US, Real Estate Development

I have taken the Real Estate Financial Analysis course through NYU SPS. The course covered the analysis of income producing properties, covering the direct capitalization methods, discounted cash flows and amortization tables. We also learned how to create a proforma. I passed the class with an A, with a foundational education of how to analyze income producing properties.

Mar 2019 - Jun 2019

Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, US, MArch, Interior Architecture and Product Design

Aug 2010 - May 2015

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