SPG's work clearly presents a visual consistency based on human proportions, the exploration of light, and the judicious use of materials that provide singular tactile, visual, spatial and temporal experiences.
2012 Architects Challenge Winner
A partner at SPG Architects since 1993, Eric first began working with the firm in 1989. He received both his BS in Architecture and his MArch degrees from the University of Virginia where he maintains an active relationship. He has served as a visiting critic both at UVA and at numerous other schools of architecture. At SPG, Eric has worked to broaden the firm's range of project types and helped it to expand its national and international presence. SPG Architects' built work is now located not only across the US, but also throughout Latin America and in Africa, and it has been published worldwide. Eric's on-going commitment to both environmental and social responsibility has instigated and informed a series of projects that explore the benefits of sustainable design. He serves on the Board of Advisors of E3NYC, an organization establishing an environmentally sustainable economic development plan for New York City, and continues working as a design consultant for Kageno Worldwide Community development project in Banda, Rwanda. Eric is a member of the American Institute of Architects, is registered with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and is a LEED Accredited Professional .