Tim Carl

As a Design Principal, Tim has commanded a lead role on a series of innovative and complex projects for the arts on college and university campuses throughout his 25 years of practice. Utilizing the top resources of HGA as a national firm with a specialty in the arts and higher education, Tim has a unique ability to integrate a client's functional, cultural and educational needs into solutions that artfully reflect an institution's mission and achieve its goals. Tim's highly collaborative studio utilizes hand drawn sketches and physical and virtual models to explore ideas and develop solutions that are deeply rooted in the client's culture and context.

A graduate of the University of Notre Dame with high honors, Tim was named one of the nation's top emerging architects by Progressive Architecture early in his career. He has continued to strengthen HGA's national design reputation, receiving awards and recognition from The American Institute of Architects (AIA) National, The Society of College and University Planners (SCUP), Architectural Record/Business Week and the American Library Association, among others. Tim has lectured and is a frequent visiting critic at the College of Design at the University of Minnesota. He has served on national design awards juries for the New England, Virginia, Utah, Alaska and South Dakota AIA chapters.