Molly Hogle

Molly Hogle

Buffalo, NY, US / Vienna, Austria



I have recently graduated from the Department of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, February, 2014 with a Master's Degree in Architecture.  I appreciate good design that both inspires new ideas and challenges preconceived notions.  I believe design should be functional as well as beautiful and I enjoy tremendously the process towards an architectural form.  I like to approach a project from a number of angles that may include history, psychology, science, social studies, art, technology and culture.  A layered understanding of a project offers nuances that enrich the total architecture and the experience of it.  


LIQUIFER Systems Group, Vienna, Austria, Office assistant

Assisted with new website design and organization, edited English documents, assisted in international meetings on design for self-deployable habitat.

Jun 2013 - Aug 2013

GABU Heindl, Vienna, Austria, designer

Competition for grade school kindergarten – 12. Prepared conceptual diagrams, plans, sections, elevations, rendered images for project as well as act as design collaborator.

Jun 2012 - Aug 2012

S3 architecture (formerly NEXTarchitecture), New York, NY, US, designer

Project manager and designer of interior and exterior design projects for residential developments. Coordinated drawings with relevant contractors, held on-site meetings. Responsible for all specifications, architectural drawings and details.

Nov 2007 - Jun 2008

NEXTarchitecture, New York, NY, US, designer

One of two person architectural team with a contemporary take on design in the newly developing area of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Projects include: design and preparation of construction documents for new loft apartment building, renovation of specialty cheese shop, and specifications of interior finishes for new build apartments.

Dec 2005 - Oct 2006

D-ash Design, New York, NY, US, designer

One of four person design team for residential, retail and hospitality design in NYC with a focus on branding. Preparation of
construction documents, mill-work drawings, specifications of materials, initial conceptualization and visualization of project
direction, on-site communication with building team, field measurements.

Aug 2003 - May 2004


University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, US, MArch, Architecture

I have completed the 3.5 year Master's program at the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University at Buffalo and have concentrated in the

Situated Technologies Research Group - exploring the potential for integrated technology within the built environment and the
Ecological Practices Research Group - seeking to define and redefine the relationship between the built and the natural world.

Sep 2009 - Feb 2014

The New School, New York, NY, US, BArch, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Arch Design

Expanding my knowledge of conceptual design strategy.

Sep 1999 - May 2013


Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design 2004, Grant

Endowment for travel to the Ruhrgebiet region of Germany for study of the revitalization of industrial architecture and landscape in aid of proposal developed for the grain elevators of Buffalo, NY.


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