Paul is a Cambridge,MA-based architect and director at Of Possible Architectures. Previously, he collaborated with Utile in Boston, as well as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and SHoP Architects in New York on large-scale residential, commercial and cultural projects. Paul was a designer on the award winning Barclays Center, a new arena and civic open space for Brooklyn; 461 Dean Street, a 350-unit modular residential building; Domino Sugar Refinery Masterplan, a mixed-use development with a quarter-mile public waterfront park; and Baccarat Hotel and Residences, a 600′ mixed-use tower with a public library. Paul earned the Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University where he was awarded the James Britton Memorial Prize for his thesis project. His work has been exhibited at the Center for Architecture in New York City and he has been a contributing author to the Young Architects Forum. He has served as a guest critic for studios at the Boston Architectural College and Syracuse University’s New York City program. He is a licensed architect in New York State and a member of the Syracuse University Generation Orange Leadership Council.