Since joining COOKFOX in 2018, Liam has participated in a range of projects as a member of the visualization team. Bringing a passion for the integration of rendering within the design process, he has contributed imagery to 550 Washington Street, its neighbor 555 Greenwich, and Terminal Stores. These workplace projects synthesize nature, wellness-oriented design, and adaptive reuse strategies.
Liam grew up listening to the sounds of birds, streams, and breezes moving through the grassy hills of central Kentucky. In this old Kentucky home, he discovered the potential of design that is steeped in the spirit of its context. Frequent visits to the nearby Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill constituted a primer on the importance of simplicity and intentionality when approaching a design problem.
Prior to joining COOKFOX, Liam worked with Madrid-based RICA*studio on several projects, including the design of a biophilic play-therapy garden for the children’s wing of La Fe Hospital, in Valencia, Spain. In his free time, Liam enjoys researching new creative techniques, hiking, and exploring the arts and culture of New York State with friends old and new.
- Cornell University, Bachelor of Architecture, 2018