2017 Winner - The Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design, Young Architect of the Year

2017 Second Place - Structure of Freedom International Competition for the Sziget Festival pavilion

2017 Honorable Mention - NYC Affordable Housing Challenge. Project: Adaptable Platform

2017 Winner -  AIA|DC’s Unbuilt Awards. Project: SodLam Trekking Tower. 

2016 Honorable Mention - Laka Competition 2016: Architecture that Reacts. Project: Drift City

2016 Honorable Mention - A|N Best of Design Awards for Digital Architectural Representation, Architect’s Newspaper, Project: Breaking BIM

2016  Winner - The Secret Life of Buildings - Objects Competition, University of Texas, Austin. Project: Vessel

2016 Honorable Mention - Pamphlet Architecture 36 Competition, Princeton Architectural Press. Project: Drift City

2016 Winner - AIA DC Emerging Professionals Award.  Project: Grundy Teen Center [SM w/ UVA studio]

 2015 Winner - CHIDesign Competition, The Chicago Architecture Foundation. Project: Layered Intelligence

 2015 Honorable Mention - Dear Architecture Competition, Blank Space. [SM] 

 2015 Winner - “Authenticity” The Architectural League of New York Prize. 

 2015 Winner -  AIA|DC’s Unbuilt Awards. Project: Delirious Detroit. 

 2015 Jury Citation - Socrates Sculpture Park and The Architectural League of New York Folly Competition 

2013 Runner-up - MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, Queens, NY [as TempAgency]

2011 Honorable Mention - Charleston Transit Hub Design Competition, Architecture for Humanity [w/Robert Couch] – Charleston, SC

2011 First Prize, Institute for Contemporary Art, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA [Steven Holl Architects w/RE]

2010 Finalist - 3rd Advanced Architecture Contest: The Self-Sufficient City, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain.  Project: Drift City: A Continental Transient Infrastructure

2010 First Place - 3rd Advanced Architecture Competition The Self-Sufficient City,  Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain.  Project: Water Fuel: The Plan for a Self-Sustaining New York


2009 Runner Up, Pamphlet Architecture 30 - Investigations in Infrastructure, New York, NY

2009 American Institute of Architects Certificate of Merit, Best General Standard in All Departments During the Professional Course, Columbia University - GSAPP, New York, NY [SM]

2009 New York Society of Architects' Matthew W. Del Gaudio Memorial Award for "Excellence in Total Design", Columbia University GSAPP, New York, NY [RE]

2009 Avery 6 Award - Student-voted award for "The Work That Holds the Most Promise to Advance the Discipline of Architecture", Columbia University GSAPP, New York, NY [SM]

2009 Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize, Top Studio Design Project in the Final Semester, Columbia University - Columbia University GSAPP, New York, NY [RE, Steven Holl; SM, narchitects]

2009 Honorable Mention, Imagining Recovery: “Toward a Design Economy”, New York, NY

2009 Competition First Prize, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, UK [Steven Holl Architects w/RE]

2009 Competition First Prize, Shan Shui Hangzhou, Hangzhou, China [Steven Holl Architects w/RE]


2006 Finalist, First Advanced Architecture Competition “Self-Sufficient Housing”, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain

2005 Honorable Mention, Designboom “Urban Camouflage", New York, NY