Matthew Schnepf Architect, 2007–

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Bluprint, 2007–

Bluprint, a software design consultancy, brings a systematic, no-bullshit approach to software design. Surprisingly, perhaps, the software development process closely parallels the classic architecture-engineering-construction process. As a architect, Matthew brings a unique, outside perspective to the software-design process. He is a persistent advocate for well-designed interfaces, succinct documentation, and systematic processes. The dialog between software design and architectural design is lively and both benefit from open interaction.

Selldorf Architects, 2002–2007

At Selldorf Architects, a world-class architecture and interior design firm, Matthew worked as a project architect prior to being promoted to associate. He was involved in all phases of design, construction, and project management on a wide range of residential and commercial projects. He was also active within the office, producing promotional and portfolio graphics, streamlining office standards and processes, advancing CAD and technology issues, and mentoring junior designers. He maintains a close relationship with the office and is actively collaborating on several projects.

Field Operations / Stan Allen Architect, 2001–2002

At Field Operations, I worked closely with Stan Allen on a wide range of projects including architecture, landscape design, urban design, competition proposals, and graphics.

Christian Hubert Studio, 2001

At Christian Hubert Studio, an architecture and design studio focused on academic and art-related projects, Matthew worked as a designer to create conceptual design drawings and models, survey existing site conditions, and analyze design, usability, and code-related issues.

Iowa State University, School of Design, 1998–2000

At Iowa State University, Matthew led a number of interdisciplinary classes and design studios as a graduate teaching assistant, and was substantially involved in student design reviews, design curriculum forums, development of an experimental technology lab, and publication of an architecture journal.