Jeffrey Huber, AIA, is a Principal and Director of Planning and Urban Design at Brooks + Scarpa. Jeff also manages the South Florida office.  His work focuses on interdisciplinary public projects that combine ecological, landscape, urban, and architectural design. Huber has advanced sustainability educational and professional initiatives in agricultural urbanism, green school design, missing-middle housing typologies, Transit-Oriented Development, Low Impact Development and is currently developing a design manual to address sea level rise solutions.
Huber’s research, teaching, and design work have garnered numerous national awards, including multiple Progressive Architecture Awards, National Institute Honor Awards in Urban Design from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), American Architecture Awards and the American Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). His professional work has been published in hundreds of books and periodicals including Architect Magazine, Residential Architect, and Architectural Record. Huber has taught at the University of Florida, Mississippi State University, University of Southern California and University of Arkansas. Huber has published numerous articles and delivered dozens of papers at conferences around the world on the topic of landscape urbanism, transportation and other issues regarding urban design of cities and neighborhoods. 
Huber is currently a faculty member at Florida Atlantic University School of Architecture. He has received more than $1 million in federal, state and local grants for his interdisciplinary research and design work. Grants have included the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Kellogg Foundation and United States Environmental Protection Agency, to name a few.
Huber was previously the Assistant Director of the University of Arkansas Community Design Center, an internationally recognized outreach center of the Fay Jones School of Architecture. He has also previously worked in Miami for Zyscovich Architects, Inc. and Howard Davis Associates Architects, P.A. in Saint Augustine.

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