• Axel Zemborain, AIA

    Axel Zemborain joined the firm in 1992.  He has had senior design and management roles on a number of major office and headquarters projects as well as several institutional commissions. Mr. Zemborain is currently Design Team Leader for the New Passenger Terminal at the Tucumán International Airport, and the Lola Mora Cultural Center in Jujuy,[…]

  • Randolph J. Volenec, AIA

    Randolph Volenec joined Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in 2003. He has been a senior project manager for some of the firm’s most complex projects including major commissions for transportation and the firm’s largest performing arts center. He has also worked on academic and institutional projects. He was the senior project manager for the Salesforce Transit[…]

  • Robert Narracci

    Robert Narracci joined Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in 1989. He has been a project manager and senior designer for many mixed-used and large-scale commercial projects. He is currently Project Manager and Senior Designer for a 1.4-million-square-foot corporate headquarters and 350,000-square-foot hospitality complex for American Airlines in Dallas, Texas, as well as a 55,000-square-meter office building[…]

  • Mark McDonnell, AIA, CSI

    Mark McDonnell joined the firm in 1996. His work focuses on technical design, project management and specifications. He has been involved in both institutional and commercial projects. He is currently the project manager for a Sake Brewery in upstate New York, which involves close coordination regarding technical matters with a Japanese client and the production[…]

  • Magdalena Kowalska, LEED AP

    Magdalena Kowalska joined the firm in 2003 and has worked on a diverse range of domestic and international projects, including commercial, mixed-use, educational, residential, urban, and interiors. She is currently Design Team Leader for Alexander Court, an 800,000-square-foot reconfiguration of two existing office buildings in Washington D.C., which features a four-story vertical addition and new[…]

  • Kristin Hopkins-Clegg, AIA

    Kristin Hopkins-Clegg has been with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects since 2006. She has been involved with several significant projects for the firm’s New York office, including mixed-use developments, office, residential, and national and international master plans. Mrs. Hopkins-Clegg’s most recent work includes the LEED Platinum-certified São Paulo Corporate Towers, two 28-story office towers on 9.5[…]

  • Kristin Hawkins, AIA

    Kristin Hawkins joined the firm in 1985. She has been a design team leader or project manager for a number of major commissions. She is currently leading the design team for a natural history museum in China. As Design Team Leader, her recent work includes the comprehensive land-use plan, FutureVU, for Vanderbilt University’s 333-acre campus,[…]

  • Tobias Hahne, LEED AP

    Tobias Hahne joined the firm in 2005. He has been a senior designer on a number of large scale commercial and mixed-use projects. Currently, Mr. Hahne is leading the design team for the office tower of the Back Bay South End Gateway Project, which is part of a mixed-use redevelopment air rights master plan in[…]

  • Peter Follett, AIA, RIBA

    Peter Follett joined the firm in 1991. He has served as Project Manager for several large mixed-use developments in the U.S. and abroad. Currently, he is Project Manager of La Nube, an office tower that is part of the Arboleda Master Plan in Monterrey, Mexico. Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects designed the master plan as a[…]

  • David Coon, AIA

    David Coon joined the firm in 1992. In over 25 years with the firm, he has worked on a number of commissions, ranging from towers to academic buildings. Mr. Coon is currently collaborating with the Tokyo office of Jun Mitsui Architects to design and construct the first US-based sake brewery for the oldest brewery in[…]

  • Jimmy En-Ming Chang, RA, LEED AP BD+C

    Jimmy En-Ming Chang joined Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in 2005. He has been Design Team Leader or Design Project Manager for a variety of project types and competitions. He is currently working on the design of the Miramar in Santa Monica, a mixed-use, five-star resort, and an 800-foot-tall high-rise residential tower currently under construction on[…]