Anna Ives is the managing partner of patterhn ives, llc, and lecturer at Washington University in Saint Louis.  She has built a diverse portfolio of award-winning design in higher education, healthcare and college/university planning work, recently completing a multi-million dollar recreation center for Missouri State University and a Memorial for the 1-24 Marine Battalion.  Anna approaches teaching and project work with criticality, rigor, patience and persistence and finds the complement of the two pursuits essential to her work.

In 2009 Anna was among 30 outstanding St. Louis-area business professionals selected by the St. Louis Business Journal to receive a 30 Under 30 Award.

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, CDT

 

 

Eric R. Hoffman, AIA NCARB LEED AP is a Professor of Practice at Washington University in Saint Louis, a founding partner of patterhn ives, llc and recipient of the 2013 National AIA Young Architects Award. A leading practitioner and educator, Eric is passionately committed to innovation, realization, mentorship and the environment. His versatile approach balances collaboration with signature architects, design competitions as tools for explorative research and active involvement in architectural education. Eric’s numerous contributions and achievements are further endorsed by lasting relationships with clients, students and colleagues.

 

 

Tony A. Patterson is a founding partner of patterhn ives, llc, with extensive architectural design experience, including work with Marlon Blackwell Architects in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Tony has also collaborated on a number of high-profile design competitions including the renovation and addition of the Atlanta History Center, the Boston Center for the Arts, one of the most prominent public plazas in Boston's South End, as well as the New Cottages at Fallingwater, six student cottages at Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece in Pennsylvania.

In addition to his design work, Tony has been visiting instructor and adjunct instructor at Washington University, and a lecturer in architecture at the University of Michigan.


AWARDS

 

2016 AIA Central States Region Design Citation: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Newtown Historic Association Archive

2016 AIA Saint Louis Design Merit Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  MSU Department of Music: Ellis Hall Renovation

2016 AIA Saint Louis Design Merit Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Newtown Historic Association Archive

2015  AIA Saint Louis Design Honor Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Portal House

2015  Saint Louis Magazine Design Award  |  American Card Services

2014  AIA Saint Louis Design Merit Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Ann W. Olin Women's Building Garden Level

2014  University of Arkansas Alumni Design Award |  American Card Services

2014  ACSA / AIA Housing Design Education Award  (Tony A. Patterson and Mick Kennedy)

2013  National AIA Young Architects Award  (Eric R. Hoffman)

2013  AIA Saint Louis Design Honor Award: Interiors  |  American Card Services

2013  AIA Saint Louis Design Merit Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Atlanta History Center

2013  AIA Saint Louis Distinguished Award: Architecture  |  Adaptation: Make a House Intelligent

2011  Finalist: Open National Design Competition, 'Re-Shape History'  |  Atlanta History Center

2011  AIA Saint Louis Design Honor Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Four Brothers and Sister Creek

2009  St. Louis Business Journal '30 Under 30 Award'  (Anna B. F. Ives)

2008  AIA Saint Louis Design Merit Award: Unbuilt Architecture  |  Boston Center for the Arts

2008  Winner: Open National Design Competition, 'Inside:Out, Weaving Arts Into the Urban Fabric'  |  Boston Center for the Arts

 


2014 National AIA Honor Award Recipient -- Saint Louis Public Library Restoration and Expansion

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