Garrick Landsberg, AIA, LEED AP, has joined QEA’s Detroit, Mich., office as a senior architect. Landsberg is an architect with a specialization in historic preservation and urban planning. He has more than ten years of design experience on projects throughout the U.S.

Prior to joining Quinn Evans Architects, Landsberg managed the historic preservation section of a national architectural/engineering firm, where he was based in New York City and Burlington, N.J., for several years. He has also practiced architecture in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, and served four years in the Marine Corps.  
Landsberg’s expertise includes design of adaptive use, renovation, and new construction projects; preservation planning; and environmental reviews. In his new position, he is providing design leadership on two of Quinn Evans Architects’ adaptive use projects: the Sugar Hill Venue, a church being converted to a community performing arts space in Midtown Detroit; and the renovation of the historic Rockwell Building in Chelsea, Mich., an early 20th-century industrial warehouse that is being transformed to residential use. 
Landsberg holds a Master of Architecture (2005) and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation (1999), both from Columbia University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in History (1997) from Oakland University, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. Landsberg also formerly served on the Detroit Historic District Commission.