Tom Hogge, Associate ASLA, Designer
Tom joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in 2010. He leverages his experience in architecture, landscape architecture, literature, and visual arts as a generative ground for explorations ranging from monumental public landscapes to intimate installations.
He was Adjunct Faculty in the architecture department at the University of Virginia, where he earned Masters degrees in architecture and landscape architecture, along with awards for drawing and design. He studied in Oxford and Aix-en-Provence, lectured on design and preservation, and served as guest critic for several architecture programs.
Current work includes iconic and connective thresholds for a national scouting reserve on a former coal mine in West Virginia; a symbolic totem that situates and animates mountains in Virginia; educational spaces at a storm-water reclamation pond in North Carolina; and an agricultural silo reclaimed as an orientation device.