Since joining Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in 1998, David Murray has successfully integrated design, technology and sustainability in a number of our most notable university and urban projects. From Apple’s first overseas store in Tokyo to consecutive projects at Georgia Tech, Dave has explored alternative project delivery methods, innovative structural and envelope solutions, and design for high tech research and collaborative STEM pedagogies. Dave strives for elegant solutions that integrate of all aspects of a project brief: collaborative engagement with the client, innovative and sustainable building technologies, and a dialogue between site and building. He brings an openness and directness that encourages consensus among many constituent groups, whether balancing the needs of public agencies and private developers on urban improvement projects, or exploring technical solutions with engineers and fabricators.
University of Pennsylvania, Masters of Architecture,1989; Harvard University Bachelor of Arts,1984
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