Kevin Deabler began studying design at North Carolina State University’s College of Design in Raleigh, North Carolina where he graduated with Bachelor degrees in Environmental Design in 1995 and Architecture in 1996. While enrolled at NCSU, Kevin also managed an internship with the sculptor Thomas Sayre and the architectural studio at Clearscapes PA.
After arriving in Boston in 1996, Kevin held positions at Benjamin Thompson Associates, Perry Dean Rogers, and CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares. His project work included a theater complex in New York’s Times Square, the master planning of a new campus for Olin College, and several mixed-use urban developments in Greater Boston such as Russia Wharf and Kendall Square. At CBT, Kevin also worked as a project manager on high-profile museums with renowned architects such as Renzo Piano for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Norman Foster for the Museum of Fine Arts- Boston, and Daly Genik for the Harvard University Art Museums. In 2004, Kevin completed an MBA at Northeastern University.
Eric J. Robinson began studying design at North Carolina State University’s College of Design in Raleigh, North Carolina where he graduated with a Bachelor degree in Environmental Design in 1994. Eric then participated in a two-year internship with BCW+H Architects in Richmond, VA. Following this internship Eric attended the University of Virginia, successfully finishing his Master of Architecture in 1999.
Upon completion of his Masters, Eric was offered a position at Charles Rose Architects (formerly Thompson and Rose) where he worked as a Senior Designer/Architect for 9 years. His diverse body of work includes projects at the University of South Dakota, the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, the Florida Gulf Coast Museum of Art, the Federal Port of Entry in Del Rio, TX, residences on Martha’s Vineyard, and a summer camp in Wyoming. Eric’s projects at Charles Rose Architects have received multiple professional awards.
Eric and Kevin Deabler founded RODE Architects in 2005. Since 2006, Eric also serves as a visiting lecturer at Northeastern University. Eric is a LEED Accredited Professional and brings to the firm an integrated, design-oriented approach to the profession. Kevin is also LEED accredited and brings to the firm a professional and organized approach to problem solving.
This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, RODE Architects with Eric Robinson & Kevin Deabler.
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