Since joining in 2015, the first project Zach worked on at COOKFOX was the now current office at 250 W57. During this time he garnered valuable insight, in both concept and application, as to how the offices commitment to sustainability, craft, and connecting people with nature can enhance a users overall experience within any given built environment. Years later, Zach has had the opportunity to bring this same ethos to a multitude of projects varying in size and program – ranging from schematic design all the way through construction administration. In his spare time Zach enjoys bicycling or walking around the city, relishing the discovery of all quirky and elegant urban conditions the city reveals.
Prior to joining COOKFOX, Zach graduated from Pratt Institute where he was honored with the award of Excellence In Academic Achievement. He gained his first professional experience as a designer and model builder for Studio Link-Arc where he was apart of multiple competitions, notably the firms winning proposal for the China Pavilion at the Expo Milano 2015.
- Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2011
- Pratt Institute, Master of Architecture, 2015