Arrival: New York Penn Station
A thesis submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Cincinnati in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Master of Architecture
in the School of Architecture and Interior Design of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
David S. Cole
BA, DePaul University
Committee Chair: Professor Udo Greinacher
Research Chair: Professor John E. Hancock
About the Author
In his professional experience dating back more than a decade, David has been responsible for daily design and production on a wide variety of project types in a diverse range of settings, ranging from small residential renovation projects in historic neighborhoods to multimillion-dollar civic, institutional, and corporate projects in major cities across the country. His experience includes tenures at a variety of venerable architecture firms in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles, including three laureates of the national AIA Firm Award.
David began his formal architectural studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at DePaul University, and earned his professional Master of Architecture degree at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, which is consistently ranked as one of the world’s top design schools.
When not involved with professional practice, David enjoys reading about history and geography, being involved in the community, listening to electronic music, sampling craft cocktails at his favorite tiki bars, and exploring new places from the side streets of London to the mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
David is a registered architect in the state of Ohio, holds certification from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
More information: DavidColeAIA.com
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