Paul Alber is a registered architect and Associate Principal of dD+P. Since joining the firm in 1989, he has played a key role in managing the feasibility studies, design, and construction administration of many of the firm's public sector projects, including both renovation and new construction. He has led design teams in the development of transit, historic restoration, and education projects. Paul brings to his projects a broad range of experience and expertise in all phases of the planning, design, and construction process. From the creation and development of conceptual designs to the production and detailing of the construction documents, through the construction administration and final oversight of the project, he is a vital part of the realization of the firm's projects. An energetic and hands-on project manager, Paul intrinsically unravels complex project issues and engages teams both large and small to resolve design challenges at every level.
Tilman Globig’s work is grounded in the belief that craft plays a strong role in the creation of enduring architecture. Since joining dD+P in 2013, he brings with him experience in planning, design, and project management on numerous building projects from schematic design through construction administration. As an Associate Principal, he serves as Project Architect and Technical Advisor on projects of all scales and has particular expertise with public agencies, public/private partnerships, and higher education clients. Tilman is a LEED Accredited Professional and is an avid contributor to the firm’s Green Team.
As one of the firm's Associate Principals, Ricky Liu is an architect with expertise in the design, coordination, and management of a wide range of projects that include station design and planning for both mass transit systems and high-speed rail as well as academic buildings for higher education. He is well-versed in the complex issues inherent in the planning, design, restoration, and adaptive reuse of structures. His organizational strengths contribute to his effectiveness as both a project manager and senior designer while being attuned to preserving design integrity. He is also an Adjunct Professor at his alma mater, the New York Institute of Technology, where he mentors future architects. Through the synergy between professional studio practice and education, Ricky integrates design, construction, sustainable concepts, and knowledge of the built environment both inside and outside the studio.
Kenji Suzuki has been with dD+P since 1997. During that time, his sensitivity and skill in conceptual design and design development have been instrumental in advancing the firm's recognition as an award-winning design studio. As an Associate Principal and senior architect, he works closely with the partners to articulate and define design direction. He oversees research related to software, technology, and tools that aid in the visualization of design ideas. Kenji's contributions in design, modeling, and presentation graphics facilitate the transition from design to construction documents, simultaneously providing opportunities to explore new materials and building systems. Kenji also plays a leading role in many of the company's design competition entries and has led winning teams in several international competitions. He treats competitions as a tool to experiment with new design ideas and gain expertise in different project types and built environments.