Architect Emeritus

Rob joined the Tucker & Booker team as an architect in 1986, contributed significantly to the firm, now DKN Architects, as a lead designer and principal architect in an extensive array of projects. Throughout his career, Donhoff has exhibited a vast expertise working with a range of cliental including commercial developers, religious institutions, and public and private institutions. Donhoff began his professional career working in the Cincinnati area offices of Fisk Rinehart Keltch Meyer and Glaser Meyers Architects. Before his beginnings at Tucker and Booker, Donhoff continued his career with Perry Dean Rogers and Partners, as well as Schwartz Silver Architects in Boston.

Iaddition to his professional practice, Donhoff has contributed within the academic community as a studio instructor at the Boston Architectural Center. Donhoff received his Master of Architecture from Harvard University in 1983 after earning his B. Arch. from the University of Kentucky in 1979, where he was awarded the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal upon graduation.  

Question: What’s the best piece of advice you have been given?
You ARE where you are supposed to be. Let it ride!