David O’Neil


In the summer of 1974, David traveled with his family through the Loire Valley in a VW microbus, one of several childhood adventures that were both architecturally inspiring and international in nature. David subsequently developed a deep appreciation for the historic contexts and natural beauty of a place, both evident in his work today. Out of the office, David spends time with his twin boys and his wife, an architect originally from Taipei, and can occasionally be spotted gardening.

His favorite dead architect: Alvar Aalto, in part because of the stunning curvilinear forms in his work, which were created in a computer-less era.