Rod Henmi has compiled a distinguished career as an award-winning architect, educator and advocate for social justice. His professional career focuses on community-oriented projects such as housing, schools and municipal buildings. He is deeply committed to furthering opportunities for minority architects and serves on the board of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). As a result of his career achievements and influence on the profession, he was invested in 2011 into the elite College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.
Washington University in St. Louis, Master of Architecture and Urban Design; University of Minnesota, B.ArchTypes of projects I am most passionate about
Community-oriented, socially responsible projectsHidden talent
Hip-hop dancingMy dream home
An urban loftArchitectural influences
Le Corbusier, Marlon Blackwell, Peter ZumthorArea of expertise