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Re:think | The built environment and the way we learn

Don Weinreich is a Partner at Ennead Architects with over 30 years of experience working across typologies, with a particular emphasis on delivering transformative architectural solutions for academic, cultural, research and humanitarian institutions. Don works to optimize each client’s vision through architecture, while helping them define best value during design and navigate the complexities of diverse design objectives. Some of his notable projects include New York Hall of Science, The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and The Brooklyn Museum. In addition to managing major projects, Don is responsible for Ennead’s technology development, leading the implementation of new ways in which architectural computing can advance the firm’s practice. Don also has a leadership role in Ennead Lab, the firm’s research and development arm. He is an alumnus of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Alex O'Briant is a Principal at Ennead Architects where he is a leading design voice and 17-year veteran of the firm. The power architects wield over an unsuspecting public keeps him awake at night, but the potential for architecture to positively impact human lives gets him going in the morning. His recent work includes major projects at Purdue University, the University of Texas at Austin, Georgia Tech, and Johns Hopkins. He also directs Ennead's Center for Education, focusing on innovation in Higher Education and K-12 design. Alex speaks regularly at conferences around the country including SCUP, Tradeline, and SXSW Edu, and has taught architecture at Rice University and Lehigh University.

Todd Van Varick is an Associate Principal at Ennead Architects where during his 20-year tenure, he has worked on a range of academic, institutional, and civic projects. He is a leader in Ennead’s K-12 work and co-directs the Center for Education, which investigates evolving trends and benchmarks across the typology. His recent K-12 projects include the Westminster Schools Renovation and Additions and the Seoul Foreign School Master Plan and New High School, as well as major higher-education projects at Princeton University, Yale University and Stanford University. Todd firmly believes in civic responsibility within the built environment, in the critical role schools play within their communities, and in the capacity for architecture to positively impact the shaping of young minds. He is an alumnus of Lehigh University (BA) and Rice University (M.Arch).

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Re:think | The built environment and the way we learn

Don Weinreich is a Partner at Ennead Architects with over 30 years of experience working across typologies, with a particular emphasis on delivering transformative architectural solutions for academic, cultural, research and humanitarian institutions. Don works to optimize each client’s vision through architecture, while helping them define best value during design and navigate the complexities of diverse design objectives. Some of his notable projects include New York Hall of Science, The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and The Brooklyn Museum. In addition to managing major projects, Don is responsible for Ennead’s technology development, leading the implementation of new ways in which architectural computing can advance the firm’s practice. Don also has a leadership role in Ennead Lab, the firm’s research and development arm. He is an alumnus of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Alex O'Briant is a Principal at Ennead Architects where he is a leading design voice and 17-year veteran of the firm. The power architects wield over an unsuspecting public keeps him awake at night, but the potential for architecture to positively impact human lives gets him going in the morning. His recent work includes major projects at Purdue University, the University of Texas at Austin, Georgia Tech, and Johns Hopkins. He also directs Ennead's Center for Education, focusing on innovation in Higher Education and K-12 design. Alex speaks regularly at conferences around the country including SCUP, Tradeline, and SXSW Edu, and has taught architecture at Rice University and Lehigh University.

Todd Van Varick is an Associate Principal at Ennead Architects where during his 20-year tenure, he has worked on a range of academic, institutional, and civic projects. He is a leader in Ennead’s K-12 work and co-directs the Center for Education, which investigates evolving trends and benchmarks across the typology. His recent K-12 projects include the Westminster Schools Renovation and Additions and the Seoul Foreign School Master Plan and New High School, as well as major higher-education projects at Princeton University, Yale University and Stanford University. Todd firmly believes in civic responsibility within the built environment, in the critical role schools play within their communities, and in the capacity for architecture to positively impact the shaping of young minds. He is an alumnus of Lehigh University (BA) and Rice University (M.Arch).

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