Columbus, OH, May 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- BHDP Architecture announces the addition of internationally recognized designer Giancarlo Del Vita to the firm’s Higher Education practice, providing additional expertise and depth of experience for clients.
In addition to his expertise in Higher Education projects, Del Vita’s experience encompasses healthcare, residential, the arts, civic, commercial development and master planning. He has worked on projects in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Prior to joining BHDP, he was a Senior Designer at Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott (Boston, Mass.) and Steffian Bradley Architects (Boston, Mass.), and served as Project Architect at Cambridge Seven Associates (Cambridge, Mass.), and Ellenzweig Associates (Cambridge, Mass).
Del Vita received his Architecture degree with Honors from the Boston Architectural College (BAC), Boston, Mass., and a Diploma in Product and Communication Design from the Istituto Superiore Industrie Artistiche in Florence, Italy.
A John Worthington Ames Scholarship recipient at BAC, he has also taught Thesis Studios there and served on its Board of Overseers.
Del Vita’s projects include:
- New Science Building, Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
- The William S. Paley Library, Temple University (Philadelphia, Pa.)
- Rockwell Residence Hall, Lasell College (Newton, Mass.)
- Central Utility Plant, University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, Ohio)
- Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine (Portland, Maine)
- Searles Science Building, Bowdoin College (Brunswick, Maine)
- Thomas Steitz Science Hall, Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisc.)
Del Vita will be joining BHDP’s Higher Education practice which focuses on the design of Science, Learning, and Student Life facilities to create great experiences for students, faculty and staff. BHDP’s strategic approach results in dynamic learning environments with flexible, vibrant designs that accommodate evolving teaching styles and technologies.
“We are delighted to be bringing Giancarlo’s talent and experience to BHDP,” said Michael Habel, CEO. “His collaborative approach to design is central to engaging clients and colleagues, resulting in successful results for each project.”
About BHDP Architecture
BHDP Architecture is a national architectural firm with offices in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio and Durham, North Carolina. Focused on creating environments for people that deliver great experiences through an informed design process, BHDP effectively blends the science and the art of architecture. BHDP is committed to market-specific expertise to provide informed strategy and creative intuition in Higher Education, Retail, Science and Workplace categories. BHDP celebrates its recognition as a member of Engineering News-Record’s “Top 100 Green Design Firms” and “Top 500” list, Architectural Record’s “Top 150 Architecture Firms,” and Business First’s “Best Places to Work.” For more information, visit www.bhdp.com.