“Details matter. The difference between a good design and a great design often comes down to a matter of details.”
Noah is comfortable working in projects types of varying scope and scale. As a member of DLR Group’s Cultural+Performing Arts studio, Noah has worked on performing arts centers on three continents, ranging from the renovation of existing historic theaters, to new construction projects for 500-, 1000-, and 2000-seat indoor theaters and experimental performance venues, to large-scale outdoor amphitheaters.
“A successful project is the result of a successful partnership with the entire project team; the owner, the project stakeholders, the community, and the project designers and engineers.”
Noah’s experience in other project types include workplace design, environmental graphics, core-and-shell, tenant fit-out, multi-family residential, and single-family residential. Noah previously worked with the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Historic American Building Survey (HABS), where he learned the value of historic preservation and developed a sensitivity for the challenges of working in existing, historic structures. Noah sees a high value in balancing sensitivity to design excellence with technical knowledge to deliver thoughtful, successful projects–no detail is too small or too unimportant. In his free time, Noah designs furniture and jewelry.