- University of Kentucky, Bachelor of Architecture
- Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Master of Architecture, Second Professional Degree
- National Council of Architectural Registration Board Certified
- Registered in states: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, HI, ID, IL, IN, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, NV, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, WA, WV, WI
Professional Societies and Honors
- American Institiute of Architects
- Henry Adams Medal of the AIA (awarded to top ranked graduate)
- Boston Architectural Center — Design Studio Instructor
- ADA Certification
- Construction Specification Institute
- Louisville Apartment Association
- Member International Conference of Building Officials
As an architect with DKN Architects (formally TBD+) since 1986, and a Partner since 1996, Rob Donhoff has contributed significantly to the firm as a lead designer and principal architect in a wide array of projects, including those for religious institutions, public and private corporations and commercial developers.
Projects for which Mr. Donhoff has played a leading management and design role include Underwriters Safety and Claims, J&L Marketing Corporate Headquarters, St. Stephen Church Sanctuary, and the Ormsby commercial office development; A wide array of residential projects include Audubon Woods, St. Andrews Apartments, and the Villages of Park DuValle.
Mr. Donhoff began his professional career working in the Cincinnati area offices of Fisk Rinehart Keltch Meyer and Glaser Meyers Architects. Mr. Donhoff continued his career with Perry Dean Rogers and Partners and Schwartz Silver Architects in Boston. In addition to his professional practice, Mr. Donhoff has contributed within the academic community as a studio instructor at the Boston Architectural Center.
Mr. Donhoff received his master’s degree in Architecture from Harvard University in 1983. He received his bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Kentucky, in 1979, where he was awarded the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal upon graduation.