Don't look for Paul to play it safe. "The biggest risk you will face is not taking one," he suggests. "I have tried to live my professional life by going outside of my comfort zone and not being afraid to take that risk." Paul's approach has translated into an array of notable projects. He has served as lead designer on world-class scientific research labs, academic buildings, R&D facilities and museums, including the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams on the Michigan State University campus, and the First Automotive Works R&D center in Changchun, China. "I always consider the trust clients extend to me to create architecture for them," notes Paul. "It is a privilege I don't ever take for granted. These clients have great expectations; to create works that exceed those expectations is a challenge I relish." As for what the future holds, "I want the flying car," he declares. "The engineers promised us that when I was a child. Now it's time to ante up."
American Institute of Architects, College of Fellows (2012); Distinguished Architectural Alumni, Lawrence Technological University (2011)
American Institute of Architects, Fellow (FAIA), LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction (LEED AP BD+C), National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)