C. Thomas Hogge
Since joining NBW in 2010 Tom has worked on iconic and connective thresholds for a national scouting reserve on a former contoured coal mine; educational spaces at a storm-water reclamation pond; and several projects in the Conservation Agriculture Studio: three-acres of gardens in northern Virginia; a symbolic totem that identifies mountain ranges around a private residence in central Virginia; and an agricultural silo reclaimed as a viewing platform and orientation device outside of Charlottesville. Tom has been an adjunct faculty member in the architecture department at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, where he earned degrees in architecture and landscape architecture, along with awards for drawing and design. He has studied in Oxford and Aix-en-Provence, lectured on design and preservation, and served as guest critic for graduate & undergraduate architecture studios at University of Cincinnati, University of North Carolina Charlotte, and the University of Virginia. Previous work includes Masterplan and schematic designs for a public park in Raleigh, North Carolina; information and website design, parametric modeling, and the design & management of the renovation and expansion of an historic Virginia residence. Current projects at NBW include Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and DePauw University.