Michael is a designer with a focus on building information modeling and production of construction documentation. Prior to his work at Cycle, he practiced practiced architecture at Hutchison and Maul where he worked on the Bothell Public Works Operation Facility – published and accredited with LEED Silver standing. In 2009, Michael moved to Brooklyn where he lead coordination between shop and design of numerous residential and commercial projects.
Philip has worked as a woodworker and carpenter, which has given him a deep understanding of building construction. Prior to joining Cycle, Philip has worked for architectural studios in New York and Philadelphia where he has worked on projects for public and private clients. Philip holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, and a Master of Architecture from Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design.
Ted is a recent graduate of New York Institute of Technology where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Architecture. His professional architectural career started while in school primarily working on residential projects at Phillip Harris Architect. Ted is known for his keen attention to detail, his ability to tackle the design and planning of complex projects at a variety of scales, and for his careful devotion to client and user needs.