Architect | Associate
David Lancor is an architect with 19 years of experience in designing, leading, and managing projects for public, higher education, and commercial clients. He is passionate about working with his clients to create beautiful places that meet their unique needs. He is dedicated to sustainable design, bringing a focus on reducing energy use and cost and on exterior building envelopes, and was instrumental in Rhoades Hall becoming the first LEED certified building on the UNC Asheville campus, achieving LEED Gold certification. Most recently, he led the design of the Innovative High School within the Henderson County Public School System, a unique collaboration between the Henderson County Early College and Career Academy. His previous experience includes the Advanced Manufacturing Center at Mayland Community College, the Event Center at A-B Tech, and Whitt Hall at Radford University, VA.
David is a LEED accredited professional and holds a Master of Architecture from University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Architecture from the University of Buffalo. When he is not working he enjoys hearing his wife and two sons laugh.