Associate Architect, AIA
Josh Hilton is a registered architect with over fifteen years experience in a wide variety of project types, and almost ten years of project management. His professional experience ranges from small scale residential projects to large commercial, industrial and institutional development. The last eight years have been especially focused on sustainable design and construction.
He has experience with a variety of materials and construction techniques such as rammed earth, insulated concrete forms, structural insulated panel systems and even adobe block. His recent work ranges from an entirely off-the-grid home to a 140,000 sf food processing and distribution center. The affordable townhouse development in Ashland was done under a labor equity program through Rogue Valley CDC. The individual unit owners were heavily involved in the programming and design development to ensure their needs were met, as well as those mandated by the CDC agreement.
Josh has a Masters degree in Architecture and is also an adjunct professor for the University of Oregon. In that capacity, he won an NCARB prize in 2011 for a University of Oregon School of Architecture & Sustainable Cities Initiative – Sustainable City Year (Salem) – Police Station for the City of Salem.
Education and Certifications:
Bachelor of Arts, Design of the Environment, University of Pennsylvania, 1993
Master of Architecture, Arizona State University, 1998, Dean’s List
American Institute of Architects