Adjunct Professor - CCE
Frederick Biehle is a practicing architect and adjunct professor. He represents the third generation of a northern Ohio family dedicated to the fine and decorative arts. In 1986 he was awarded the Prix de Rome Fellowship in Architecture allowing him to live and study in Italy for two years. He has traveled extensively in the Mediterranean region researching and documenting the architecture of antiquity. His drawings and architectural works have been exhibited and published widely. He founded his own firm together with Erika Hinrichs in 1997. He currently serves as Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture and as Director of the Rome Program.
MARCH, Harvard University GSD; BSarch, University of Virginia;