Evan’s memories and experiences are linked to architecture—the definition of space. “I like to think that I’m creating great memories through my practice,” he says.
He completed his formal architecture degree in 1997, but Evan had started exploring the field much earlier through various early work experiences. Over the decades, he’s practiced across many design types, including government buildings, hospitality, K-12 educational facilities, sporting and exhibition arenas, higher-education campuses, office spaces, and senior living communities. Since 2013, he’s come to specialize in healthcare design to create great spaces for those who are focused on getting well. Most notably, Evan played a vital role in completing the new David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in New York, where he was the project manager for the building’s exterior and infrastructure, tasked with supporting the overall design goals and building’s mission to treat those in need while researching the next generation of treatments. No matter the genre, Evan’s work is guided by a passion for creating efficient, sustainable, comfortable, and functional designs. He enjoys creating spaces that improve everyone’s experience within and around them.
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Outside of Perkins Eastman, Evan mentors through the Design Build Excellence (DBE) program and is passionate about fostering strong knowledge bases, communication skills, and peer working relationships within the industry.