Appreciated by his clients as a problem-solver and an innovative thinker, Ethan Marchant enjoys addressing challenges such as programs that require flexible spaces, complex adaptive use projects, and the integration of unique materials. He is skilled in the development of clever and contemporary adaptive use designs for old buildings and repurposing architectural artifacts to create memorable spaces.
Ethan’s projects are characterized by a simple and minimalist elegance in design, reflecting fresh ideas and inventive solutions. His portfolio includes a variety of spaces, from educational and cultural environments to renovation projects that have served as landmarks in urban revitalization.
“Bringing new life to an old building is the ultimate contribution into an evolving built environment. I love this challenge. No problem is too big to be solved.”
- University of Maryland, Master of Architecture, 2006
- University of Maryland, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2004
- Pennsylvania State University, Associate Degree in Materials Engineering Technology, 1998
- Pennsylvania State University, Associate De
- American Institute of Architects
- U.S. Green Building Council
Ethan's Recent Mentions
- Lion Brothers Building Earns Awards for Preservation, Community Impact
- Lion Brothers' modern and flexible workspace featured in Baltimore Business Journal
- Lion Brothers Building awarded CREW's Community Impact Award
- Cho Benn Holback | A Quinn Evans Company, on Team to Partner in Baltimore Penn Station Redevelopment