Geoffrey Vaughn is a project architect and LEED accredited design professional at Ottolino Winters Huebner, where he has worked for the past 6 years. He particularly focuses on designing spaces related to the healthcare industry, corporate environments and educational institutions. With over 8 years in the industry, he has been engaged in all stages of project design and development, from initial programming to construction administration, on various projects.
Geoff has served on the steering committee for Young Architects Forum St. Louis (YAFSTL), the AIA St. Louis Mentorship Committee, and as Associate Director for AIA St. Louis. He is currently serving as a Director for AIA St. Louis.
Geoffrey attended Hammon’s School of Architecture at Drury University, and subsequently earned his Bachelor of Architecture in 2008. He also had the opportunity to study abroad for a semester in Volos, Greece and received the Drury University Crest of Excellence, as well as the 2007 St. Louis AIA Ranft Scholarship.
Geoffrey is committed to leveraging the latest technological advancements and innovations, in order to design and build a better healthcare environment.