Samuel holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Tennessee. Following graduation, he helped lead a design-build project called the New Norris House at his alma mater as a Lecturer and Researcher. As a member of the larger project team since its inception, he was critical to overseeing the project’s total sustainability effort, systems integration, and receipt of a plethora of honors (2013 AIA Top-10 Green Award, 2013 ACSA Design-Build Award, 2014 ALSA National Honor Award for Research, etc). His research related to building science in the residential sector and academic design-build pedagogy has been presented and published internationally.
He is now an Architect at GFF Architects in Dallas, Texas.
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