Scott Archer, AIA, LEED AP ND
Adjunct Instructor

B.Arch., Mississippi State Univ.

MS.Arch.-Urban Design, Columbia Univ.

B.Arch., Mississippi State Univ.

MS.Arch.-Urban Design, Columbia Univ.

Scott Archer is a registered architect in the District of Columbia and a LEED Accredited Professional. He holds a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, where he received the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize and the Honor Award for Excellence in Design. Scott also holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University. As a Consortium student, Scott was able to spend the fourth year of his five-year professional degree at the WAAC, cementing a permanent connection to the school as a student, an alumnus, and now a faculty member.

Prior to teaching at the WAAC, Scott taught Urban Design courses at Columbia University and was a researcher at the Earth Institute’s Urban Design Lab. In addition to his academic career, Scott also practices architecture and urban design as an associate of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, LLP. His active role in projects in Washington, DC and around the world provides a practical basis for many of his courses.

Most recently, Scott’s work has been exhibited in the 2016 AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibition, Columbia University’s “In the Studio” exhibition, and several publications, including Re-Envisioning Health in Kumasi: Spatial Strategies, for which he served as managing editor and designer.

sba2139@vt.edu