The Catholic University of America

FACULTY

Shove-Brown
AIA

LECTURER

David Shove-Brown, AIA, NCARB is Partner at STUDIO3877, an Architectural, Design, Interiors + Graphics firm based in Washington, DC specializing in residential, commercial, restaurant and automotive architecture + design. STUDIO3877 has completed projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic, New England and New York.   Mr. Shove-Brown holds a bachelors degree in architecture and a bachelors of science in architecture from Catholic University of America. Mr. Shove-Brown has worked for several Mid-Atlantic architects in addition to experience as a consultant for the Ford Motor Company and BMW.   In addition to his practice, Mr. Shove-Brown is a guest faculty member at the Catholic University School of Architecture and Planning. As a part of his position at CUArch, he travels extensively through Italy, Spain, France and Finland. Along with teaching at CUA, David has conducted classes at the Corcoran College of Art + Design and led lectures for the National Building Museum, Washington Architectural Foundation and DC Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. David has lectured on topics such as ìBuilding Stewardship_understanding the culture of architecture outside the classroomî and ìAssuming Responsibility_community responsibility through designî, nationally and internationally.   David and his work with students has recently been published in ìCefalu: The New Waterfront | Progetti per Un Nuovo Lungomareî by the Fondazione Museo Mandralisca - Cefal? + Museo naturalistico Francesco Min‡ Palumbo ñ Castelbuono and ìThe Casa Malaparte Workshopî by the Fondazione Curzio Malaparte.   David has been presented with architectural awards from groups such as American Collegiate Schools of Architecture, the American Institute of Architects + Washington Architectural Foundation and American Architectural Foundation. Most recently, David has been honored with the Weib Award, the Washington Architectural Foundationís award for Architecture in the Public Interest.