Male, US

Associated with the firms network

Adams Mohler, Architects; Adams Mohler Ghillino, Architects; Kelbaugh and Lee, Architects; Kelbaugh Calhorpe Associates, Architecture and Planning; Mitchell / Giurgola Architects; Mohler + Ghillino Architects; Olson / Sundberg, Architects; Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown, Architects and Planners


Professional History

Résumé

Project Designer, Nels L. Larson, Architect, Haverford, PA, 1980-1981.

Draftsman/Designer, Ewing, Cole, Cherry, Parsky, Architects, Philadelphia, PA, 1982.

Draftsman/Designer, Mitchell/Giurgola Architects, Philadelphia, PA, 1983-1984.

Project Designer, Kelbaugh and Lee, Architects, Princeton, NJ, 1984-1985.

Draftsman/Designer, Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown (VRSB), Architects and Planners, Philadelphia, PA, 1985-1986. While at VRSB, Mohler worked on the University of Pennsylvania Professional Archives Exhibit, Philadelphia, PA, Furness Building (Fisher Fine Arts Library) Restoration, completed in 1991.

Project Architect, Olson Sundberg Architects, Seattle, WA, 1986-1989.

Associate, Kelbaugh, Calthorpe and Associates, Seattle, WA, 1989-1990.

Partner, Adams and Mohler, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1991-2002.

Partner, Adams Mohler Ghillino, Architects, Seattle, WA, 2002- 2013.

Partner, Mohler + Ghillino Architects, Seattle, WA,2013- .

Teaching

Instructor in Architecture, University of Pennsylvania (Penn), Philadelphia, PA, Summer 1984.

Lecturer in Architecture, University of Washington (UW), Seattle, WA, Fall 1986-Spring 1989.

Assistant Professor of Architecture, University of Washington (UW), Seattle, WA, Fall 1989-Spring 1994.

Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Washington (UW), Seattle, WA, Fall 1994- .

Guest Critic, Washington State University, School of Design and Construction, Pullman, WA, 2010.

Professional Activities

Mohler became a Registered Architect in the State of WA (#5660) in 1991, and in the State of PA (#EX-10267) in 1986.

He was NCARB certified in 1998.

Member, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Seattle Chapter.

Moderator, AIA Seattle Conceptual Awards Program, Seattle, WA, 2001.

Featured Guest, “The Future of Housing”, Weekday, KUOW, Seattle, WA, 08/05/2009.

Introductory Speaker, AIA Future Shack Program, Seattle, WA 09/05/2009

Panelist, University of Washington, "Reflections on Sustainability," Seattle, WA, 11/19/2010.

Professional Awards

Recipient, AIA/Seattle Times Home of the Month, Barclay Court, 2003.

Recipient, First Place, ASID Northwest Design Awards, Brandrud Furniture, 2003.

Recipient, "Best of Show" IIAD Award, Neocon, Chicago, IL, Brandrud Furniture, 2003.

Recipient, Northwest Home and Garden, “Top 50 Northwest Architects”, Seattle, WA, 2008.

Recipient, Northwest Home and Garden, “Top 50 Northwest Architects”, Seattle, WA, 2009.

Recipient, Seattle Homes and Lifestyles, Home of the Year, Falck Residence, 2009.

Recipient, AIA Seattle/Seattle Times Future Shack Winning Project, Flip/Flop House(s), 09/13/2009.

Recipient, AIA Seattle/Seattle Times Future Shack Winning Project, Falck Residence, 09/12/2010.

Recipient, AIA Seattle Project of the Month, Flip/Flop House(s), 09/15/2010.

Education

College

B.A., University of Pennsylvania (Penn), Philadelphia, PA, 05/1980.

M.Arch., University of Pennsylvania (Penn), Philadelphia, PA, 05/1984. Mohler was a Student Representative, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Architecture, Office of the Chair, 1981-1982, and a member of the Student Charrette Team, 1992 Chicago World's Fair, New York, NY, 1983.

College Awards

Nominee, Sphinx Honor Society, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1980.

Recipient, International Design Conference in Aspen Scholarship, Aspen, CO, 1982.

Recipient, AIA Foundation Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1983.

Recipient, E. Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1983.

Recipient, Charles M. Gay Prize for Excellence in Design and Construction Technology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1983.

Nominee, SOM Foundation Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1983.

Recipient, Paul Philippe Cret Medal for Outstanding Architectural Thesis Project, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1984.

Recipient, Arthur Spayd Brooke Gold Medal for Outstanding Work in Design Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1984.

Nominee, Recently Graduated Alumni Trustee, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1984

Personal

Biographical Notes

He is known as "Rick Mohler."


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