Adjunct Professor - CCE
HSM was the first employee of Michael Graves, Architect worked for seven years at the Office of Richard Meier, Architect before beginning his professional practice with Michael Rubin, Architect. Soon thereafter he joined Laurie Hawkinson, Architect to form Smith-Miller+Hawkinson Architects (SMH+). Their practice derives inspiration from an ongoing investigation into contemporary culture, its history, and its complex changing relationship to society and contemporary ideas. Significant completed projects include the Corning Museum of Glass, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal at Pier 11, and Strategic Open Space Public Realm Improvement Strategy for Lower Manhattan. Recent projects include newly completed Department of Homeland Security Land Ports of Entry at Champlain and Massena, New York; an Emergency Medical Services Facility for the City of New York; and the redevelopment of the Louise Nevelson Plaza for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
1968 Fulbright Scholar in Architecture, Rome, Italy
1966 Masters in Architecture with Honors, School of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
1965 School of Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, CT
1964 Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History and Architecture,Magna cum Laude, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ