Being mindful of potential cost and spatial implications, these ideas outline and suggest realistic measures which may be taken to, logically but resourcefully, re-shape multifamily communities.
Tyler Cini is a licensed architect, Studio Director and Associate at GFF. He joined the firm in 2011 with a penchant for groupwork and collaboration, fostering a positive environment both with the clients and among the project teams. He quickly became paramount to the culture of the firm, serving as GFF’s Cultural Ambassador to the North Texas Business Council for the Arts and On My Own Time Art Show Coordinator, reinstituting and coordinating several extracurricular activities for the firm, aiding in marketing efforts, and orchestrating the firm’s new employee orientation for several years. He has demonstrated a unique ability to logically but passionately resolve the complex problems inherent with projects of varying scales and typologies, aptly managing several ventures and always maintaining a high level of care and composure. He has led or been instrumental in numerous retail and restaurant efforts, and for the past seven years has primarily focused on leading large multifamily and mixed-use projects.
Tyler graduated with Distinction with his Master of Architecture from the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design in 2011. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, including his graduation from the 2018 AIA Dallas Emerging Leaders Program and peer-reviewing content for the National Convention presentations from 2012-2014. He also currently serves on an NCARB Committee at the national level, where he is involved in the creation and editing of content and questions for the Architect Registration Exam.