Jeffrey Terranova joined the studio in 2011. With experience in many phases of architecture, he has contributed to a diverse range of projects around the world including large-scale master plans, and commercial, residential, and cultural institutions. Jeffrey was involved in the design and presentation of the Harmony Office Tower in Seoul, South Korea, the Lotte Mall and Officetel in Songdo, South Korea, and the Vanke Pavilion for the Expo Milano 2015 in Milan, Italy. He also contributed to the design development for the Kurdistan Museum in Erbil, Iraq in exploring and implementing BIM technologies. He is currently working on the Einstien House at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Jeffrey received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Drury University in 2009. Prior to joining the studio, he worked at Killeen Studio Architects in St Louis, MO.