Jason Lutz, AIA, is a licensed architect and the executive having oversight of the student housing team of professionals. He controls all aspects of the projects Architectural design and the coordination of Engineering and Interior Design. He is a graduate of Temple University Architecture at the Tyler School of Art and is a certified member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. With 14 years of experience, Jason obtains knowledge at all project phase levels. He applies his skills to multiple project types including Affordable Housing, Market Rate Housing, Senior Housing, Mixed-Use, Office/Commercial, Asset Preservation, and a specialization in Student Housing. His interest is in Architectural design that combines traditional ideas of composition, form, and craft with a readable and more flexible expression through modern functionality. He is committed to design that comes from physical conditions of the site, as well as the cultural, historical, and especially environmental context for the building. Jason is a past president of AIA West Jersey and the former chair of the AIA New Jersey Center for Architecture and Design committee, as well as, an active participant in AIA West Jersey’s Emerging Professionals Community, a group dedicated to the professional development of young professionals within the architectural profession.