David W. Woods, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
David has always had an interest in a wide range of building types ever since he played with his first erector set at age 10. His experience now includes, corporate office buildings, academic facilities, public institutions, museums, health/fitness centers and custom houses. He has practiced for over thirty five years since completing his Masters Degree in architecture from Washington University.

Before forming an association with Harry Culpen, David was a Senior Design Associate with Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum in St. Louis and in New York. In those years, he designed numerous large scaled projects like; the restoration of Union Station in St. Louis, the World Bank in Washington, DC. and the Philadelphia Justice Center Courthouse.

David has a particular interest in historic restoration and club / hospitality projects. He directed the adaptive reuse of One Atlantic Street, Redman's Hall and the landmarked "Holly Houses" into an Environmental Education Center. David also directed the firm's corporate interiors work for: Babcock & Brown, Charkit Chemical, Forester Capital and Taylor Design. Many of these projects required restoration of older buildings. David has designed and managed the firm's club projects with: The Country Club of Darien, Innis Arden and The Woodway Country Club .

Architecture License: CT, NY, NJ
NCARB - National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

Experience 30 Years

One Man Show, Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Fine Arts School Gallery
AIA Design Award, Malloy House
AIA Design Award, Rippowam Park Apartments
AIA Design Citation, Philadelphia Justice Center
Widmann Prize, Washington University
Pickens History Prize, Washington University
First Prize, Lafayette Square, Design Competition, St. Louis
Honors in Individual Study, Ohio Wesleyan University


AIA - American Institute of Architects
AIA CT Chapter
US Green Building Council

Retired trustee: The Marvelwood School
Board Member: The Riverside Association
Greenwich ARC: Architectural Review Committee

Masters in Architecture., Washington University 1979
Intern to Peter Eisenman; 1975-76
Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1974
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ohio Wesleyan University 1975