STEPHEN TOBLER

STEPHEN TOBLER portrait
  • Associate Professor (Clinical), School Of Architecture

Biography

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
  • Masters, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

Honors & Awards

  • Award of Merit: Blu Kitchen. Wyoming Capter of the American Institute of Architects2008, 01/2009
  • Agency Award of Excellencein Program Innovation - Project Design. National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials 2007, 01/2008
  • Blu Kitchen, Jackson WY. 3-form Annual Best Installation Award 2007, 01/2008
  • Award of Honor: Millward Affordable Housing Community. Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 2007, 01/2008
  • Honor Award: Webber Residence, Park City UT. Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 2002, 01/2003
  • Award of Merit: Webber Residence. Utah Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 2001, 01/2002
  • Citation Award: Sage Meadows Affordable Housing, Jackson WY. Western Mountain region American Institute of architects 2000, 01/2001
  • Award of Honorable Mention: McGinty Residence. Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 1999, 01/2000
  • Award of Merit: Sage Meadows Affordable Housing. Wyoming Chapter of the Amercan Institute of Architects 1999, 01/2000
  • Award of Merit: Wild Turkey Boutique. Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 1997, 01/1998

Biography

Stephen Tobler received his Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah where he was awarded the National AIA Scholarship. He spent 4 year subsequent to graduate school in New York City  working for such notable firms as Richard Meier & Partners and Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects. In 1993 he opened hi own office in Jackson, Wyoming because of a strong interest in western regionlists architectural issues. His practice in Jackson spanned fourteen years producing numerous works and receiving a number of design awards. In 2007 he closed Tobler Duncker Architects with a successful transition of ownership to pursue architectural goals of producing work of expanded scale and scope as well as interests in Academia. Stephen now resides in Portland, Oregon, has a focused practice, participates  as an Adjunt at the University of Oregon school of Allied Arts and Architecture and is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Utah, School of Architecture.