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Jeffrey Luker, AIA, LEED AP


Jeff Luker strives to celebrate history and transform place with architecture that is fresh and sustainable. Inspired by the robust character of Italy’s Tuscan hilltop villages, the transformative skyscrapers created by Louis Sullivan and the more recent “archineering” of Helmut Jahn, Mr. Luker looks for opportunities to optimize both the utility and inspiration of our built environment.

During his long career with QEA, Jeff has enjoyed working on some of the country’s most significant buildings, including renewal work in the White House and restoration work at the Old Executive Office and the US Treasury Buildings in Washington, DC. More recently, he is especially proud of his role on HD Cooke Elementary School and the Smithsonian Institution’s Seal and Sea Lion Exhibit at the National Zoo. 



Joined QEA in 1986


  • University of Michigan, Master of Architecture, 1986; 
  • University of Michigan, B.S. in Architecture, 1984; 
  • Dartmouth College, B.A., 1980

Success begins with appreciation for context, and flourishes when friends commit to excellent design and effective collaboration.