Uhl Architecture LLC is a multidisciplinary firm, interested in the intersection of art, architecture, and the everyday aspects of our contemporary condition that make architecture engaging and enjoyable. We approach every project, regardless of scale and style, with curiosity and the desire to make something meaningful and specific to its clientele and site conditions. Our ongoing collaborations with the best practitioners in design and engineering enhance our approach to any project, from small-scale installations to large buildings.
Joshua Uhl AIA
Prior to starting their practice in 2016, Josh was the Design Director at Toshiko Mori Architect, where he led a range of institutional, commercial and residential projects during his 11 years with the firm. Notable projects with Toshiko Mori include 22 Windsor, a 300,000 square foot research facility for Novartis, the NYU campus master plan, a 22,000 square foot rooftop pavilion for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the 55,000 square foot headquarters research facility for the Syracuse CoE, and a number of residential homes in the Northeastern United States.
Before he joining Toshiko Mori, he worked with both Diller, Scofidio + Renfro and Maya Lin Studio. At DS+R, Josh was a project architect for the redevelopment and renovation of the Juilliard School of Music and 65th Street/North Plaza Public Spaces project at Lincoln Center.
Josh has been practicing architecture for over 20 years; he is a licensed architect in the State of New York and New Jersey and was LEED certified in 2009. Josh received a Bachelor’s of Environmental Design from Miami University and a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University. In addition to his professional practice, Josh is an Associate Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He has been on faculty with Columbia since 2002.
Christian Uhl RA
Christian Uhl has had extensive experience working in New York City on local projects and projects abroad for over 20 years. Most recently, Christian was an Architect and Senior Manager at Weiss/Manfredi Architects, where he co-led the State Department’s U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India Renovation and Reconstruction project. This project involved an extensive planning and reconstruction of an historic Edward Durrell Stone designed, 19 acre site with 14 buildings, 500,000 square feet of new construction, and a redesigned landscape.
Prior to that, Christian spent ten years as a Principal at Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, where he led a variety of commercial, institutional and residential projects. These projects included The Dillon, a 175,000 square foot, 83-unit condominium complex on 53rd Street in New York, and an EMS station for the NYC Fire Department through the New York City Department of Design and Construction’s Design Excellence program. Additional projects include work for the Corning Museum of Glass, Ohio State University ,and a Soho loft renovation. Christian also worked independently and with John Averitt Architects on several residential renovation projects including a house in Berks County, Pennsylvania and a Townhouse reconstruction and addition in Greenwich Village.
Christian acquired his Masters of Architecture in Architectural Design from the Bartlett School of Architecture, earning distinction in design and a dual Bachelor’s degree from Miami University. He is licensed in New York. He participated in the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program and has been on design reviews at Columbia University, Parsons School of Design, Pratt, The Bartlett School of Architecture and RISD, in addition to teaching as an Associate Professor for Advanced Design Studios at Columbia University.