C. Thomas Hogge
Tom has written and lectured on travel and architecture, and was an adjunct faculty member at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, where he also earned degrees in architecture and landscape architecture. He has served on juries for design studios at several universities, and is licensed as a Landscape Architect in Virginia.
Prior to joining NBW, Tom contributed to a park master plan for Raleigh NC that was awarded for research and planning excellence, and helped manage a student design-build team for a LEED-accredited historic house renovation in Charlottesville VA. Recent and current projects at NBW include: The Mt. Cuba Center Master Plan in Delaware; NoMA Green, a new three-acre park in Washington DC; a new water utility park for Loudoun Water in Ashburn VA; and Memorial Park in Houston TX.