Dave has practiced architecture for twenty-eight years and founded Loci Architecture in 1993. He has completed hundreds of projects including master plans, feasibility studies, new construction, exterior restorations, building renovations, and interiors in the academic, housing, residential, and commercial sectors. Dave is also the Executive Director of Gowanus by Design, a non-profit community-based advocacy group that is exploring the long-term urban planning challenges around the Gowanus Canal Superfund site in Brooklyn. He is a member of Brooklyn’s Community Board 6 where he serves on the Landmarks/Land Use Committee, and chairs the Land Use Committee for the EPA’s Community Advisory Group for the Gowanus Canal Superfund site. Dave was awarded his Bachelor of Architecture degree by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Minor in Studio Arts. He is licensed to practice architecture in New York, New Jersey, and Louisiana and he is a fellow at the Urban Design Forum.
Ed has over 24 years of experience in multi-family housing, academic, planning, and commercial design. He currently leads the project teams for three market-rate and affordable housing projects totaling $90 million. He is overseeing a 10-year code compliance project at Pace University’s 500,000 SF complex at 1 Pace Plaza. The project involves facility and infrastructure upgrades towards obtaining the building’s first Certificate of Occupancy. Prior to joining Loci, he was a Project Architect at Perkins Eastman Architects where he completed several senior-living and higher education projects with budgets up to $100 million. Ed was awarded his Master of Architecture degree by Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. He is NCARB certified and is licensed to practice architecture in New York and New Jersey.
Mark joined Loci in 2016 and led the design team on the 90,000 SF, $20 million feasibility study/master plan for the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills, NY. Currently, he is designing three projects: the new Molloy College Voice and Dance Studios, the Eckford Street Development in Greenpoint, and a residential duplex renovation in the Meatpacking District. He is also developing the facility standards for 22 locations as part of the Uncommon Schools feasibility study. Prior to joining Loci, Mark worked at BRB Architects where he completed the World Room in Columbia University’s Pulitzer Hall and designed the renovation of Johnson Chapel at Trinity School which won an honor award from the AIANY. Mark was awarded his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning in 1989.