Eric Hofmann
Assoc. AIA | LEED AP BD+C | LFA | Fitwel Ambassador

Integrating form, experience, and sustainability through a story to emphasize the architecture as one emotional gesture. Architecture has become more than a career…it’s a mission.

I am currently a Project Designer at Hammond Wilson Architects in Annapolis, MD, as well as, an Adjunct Professor at Anne Arundel Community College. Holding a Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in Architecture with a focus in Scared/Cultural Spaces from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Also, I hold a Masters of Science in Sustainable Design as well.

I have received numerous awards from design competitions throughout graduate school and during my early professional career including team AIA|DC Chapter design awards.

During my professional career, I have been focused and interested on simple, modern architecture through its importance and relation to the site and story of the client. But more importantly, creating space that generates a positive imprint on the user and its surrounding site. Enabling the user to be more connected with nature.

Community Involvement

2019-2020 | AIA National Associates Committee Mid-Atlantic Regional Director
2019-Present | AIA Chesapeake Bay Member
2018 | AIA Leadership Institute - DC Venue Moderator
2018-Present | AIA Leadership Institute Core Planning Member
2017-2018 | AIA-DC EAC Sponsorship Advisor
2017-Present | International Living Future Institute (ILFI) Ambassador
2016-Present | USGBC National Capitol Region-EP Committee
2015-2019 | AIA-DC Emerging Architects Committee (EAC)


2015 | Catholic University | Honorable Mention for Thesis
2015 | AIA|DC | Award of Merit in Architecture: The Crossing
2014 | Faith & Form | Spirit of Place: The Crossing
2014 | AIA|DC | Depths of Discovery Exhibition
2013 | AIA|DC | Award of Merit in Architecture: Tale of the Tongs
2013 | Faith & Form | Spirit of Place: Tale of the Tongs
2013 | Catholic University | CBDS Competition Winner