Jeff

Jeff

jschroeder@vinesarc.com

Jeff Schroeder, AIA
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As an architect with more than 15 years of experience, Jeff Schroeder has been involved in numerous award winning projects of varying types and size. His experience ranges from large scale master planning to community branch libraries to building signage and displays. Throughout his extensive experience with award-winning firms Frank Harmon Architect and The Freelon Group, Jeff has learned to craft buildings with a focus on sustainability, strong design, and a sense of place. He prides himself on creating buildings that are significant, meaningful and engaging.

Over the last several years, Jeff Schroeder has become one of the recognized upcoming designers with a passionate focus on library design. His in-depth knowledge of the ever changing learning environment and his ability to successfully transform that into unique spaces makes Jeff a sought after designer in this building type. While with the Freelon Group, Jeff was a Senior Designer for the Tenley-Friendship and Anacostia Libraries for the District of Columbia Public Library as well as the South Branch Library for the Durham County Library System. At Vines Architecture, he has led the renovation of the District of Columbia Public Library Northeast Neighborhood Library and is currently leading the new Alpharetta Library for the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System. In addition to his architectural involvement on these projects, he has worked closely with the artists’ and art coordinators, signage consultants, and also led the team that developed the interior furnishings and equipment standards for the District of Columbia Public Library system. Through his diligence and passion for design, Jeff has become a creative force in library design and planning.

Jeff’s other work includes cultural and community based projects such as the Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, Roanoke Canal Museum and Trail, and involvement in the Penland School of Crafts’s Iron Studio and North Carolina Pottery Center, while at Frank Harmon Architect.