Ethan is skilled in the creation and development of clever, contemporary and powerful adaptive use designs that engage people. He is adept in repurposing architectural artifacts to create memorable spaces, and promoting the brand identity of tenants and building owners through artful design.
He has designed many notable educational, cultural, and commercial projects, including modernizations and new structures that reflect a strong appreciation for local heritage and community context.
Ethan’s projects are characterized by a simple and minimalist elegance in design, incorporating fresh ideas and inventive solutions. His portfolio includes a variety of projects that have served as catalysts to ongoing urban revitalization.
Master of Architecture, University of Maryland, 2006
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Maryland, 2004
Associate Degree in Materials Engineering Technology, Pennsylvania State University, 1998
Penn State Architectural Engineering Technology, 1995