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Doug Stockman

Gui Auditorium / Knowlton Hall
November 4, 2009 - 5:30pm

Douglas Stockman is an experienced world traveler, drawing on his exposures abroad in his practice. In addition to living abroad with his family as a child, Mr. Stockman studied in Italy and Japan while in school at Kansas State University. During school breaks, Mr. Stockman interned in Washington, D.C. with the Eaton Design Group, and in Kansas City with RLS Architects and David Greer, with whom he integrated design and build practices. In 1993, he received an honorable mention in the William Van Alen International Student Design Competition, as well as the Sidney L. Katz Memorial Prize for Outstanding Presentation and the Heintzelman Prize for Outstanding Thesis Project. After graduating, Mr. Stockman entered the practice of BNIM Architects in Kansas City, where he worked on projects including the Kansas City Zoo, University of Missouri-Columbia Parking Garage, and H&R Block Headquarters. After leaving BNIM in 1995, he joined International Architects Atelier, working on projects including the Overland Park Lutheran Church and Central High School in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1996, he joined colleagues Dan Maginn and Jamie Darnell from BNIM Architects to form El Dorado, Inc., in order to address the important and strong connection between designing and making architecture, and blurring the boundary between the two.