| Oct 25, 2013 |
Meet the inaugural class of Curbed “Young Guns”
Boh staff
By Staff

Curbed has been sifting through hundreds of nominations over the past few months in search of talented young architects, interior designers and developers for the inaugural class of Young Guns.

“These are the junior statesmen of the design world who have already distinguished themselves in a notable way, whether it's by cutting their teeth in old-school decorating houses before founding a modern-day firm deeply rooted in those traditions, designing an innovative model for housing in Tijuana, overseeing the interiors of Brooklyn's new Barclays Center, creating an online platform that lets the public invest in unbuilt developments in their community, or working to make a Holocaust museum as thoughtful as it is beautiful,” wrote a Curbed editor.

The Curbed Young Guns Class of 2013 are 35 or younger and currently employed in the United States. The honorees are:

Krista Ninivaggi, director of the Interior Design group, SHoP Architects


Catherine Olasky and Maximilian Sinsteden, principals, Olasky & Sinsteden

Sam Batchelor, AIA, partner, DesignLAB Architects


Andres Arcila, founding principal, Naturalficial, Inc.


Daniel Miller, co-founder, Fundrise


Pam Campbell, senior associate, COOKFOX Architects


Ari Heckman, founder, ASH NYC


Max Humphrey, partner and designer, Burnham Design

Eric Tan, architectural designer, Gensler


Tamara Eaton, founder, Tamara Eaton Design


Alfonso Medina, founder, T38 Studio


Jeff Weinstein, principal, UIA Management


Carina Bien-Willner, principal, Bien-Willner Architects

Curbed has profiled each of the talented individuals and additional information on them can be found here.

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