Eric Meub, AIA, LEED AP, has joined HDR Architecture, Inc. as a design principal in the San Francisco, Calif. architectural office. In this role, he will lead HDR’s healthcare design efforts in the West Coast and international markets.
Meub joins HDR with more than 30 years of architectural experience, 25 of which have been dedicated to large healthcare and academic projects. He has led the design and planning for facilities at Stanford University, the University of California, MD Anderson Center and Kaiser Permanente, and has become a vocal leader in creating translational healthcare facilities that advance treatment outcomes.
“Eric is an award-winning designer with a rare understanding of all of the disciplines that contribute to good design,” said Todd Tierney, managing principal of the San Francisco office. “His expertise and leadership are hard to find in the architecture world, and his passion for design complements the design-oriented culture we have in the San Francisco office and throughout HDR.”
Prior to joining HDR, Eric was a design principal at SmithGroup. In his seven years with the firm, he received acclaim for balancing scientific rigor and poetic metaphor in the design of environments in which human health and spirit are both at stake. He was also responsible for an extraordinary level of public relations and marketing success, and became one of the most sought-after mentors for aspiring designers.
Eric has a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California Berkeley, and a Masters in Architecture from Harvard University. He is an accomplished speaker and writer, and recently presented at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium.
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