Simon J. Tickell, Architect, AIA is a design consultant specializing in architecture, planning and Illustration. Simon has over thirty-five years of experience in architectural practice. He is broadly experienced in secondary schools and College/University program types including music, theater, library, gymnasiums and classroom/studio programs. Simon also has experience in Museum planning and design in addition to residential scale design and restoration. He is a registered architect in Pennsylvania and a LEED 2.0 accredited professional. A detailed resume and work proposal is available upon request.
In addition to his professional practice, Simon is an Associate Teaching Professor in Westphal College at Drexel University. Simon coordinates the 5th year Urban Design Studio, is a Thesis faculty advisor and is responsible for Materials and Methods instruction in the Architectural Technology sequence. Coincident with his professional experience, Simon was an Adjunct Associate Professor in Drexel University's Part-time Evening program from 1987 until 2012.
BA, Lehigh University, 1978 in Urban Studies/Fine Arts,
M.Arch, University of Pennsylvania 1984, - Awards include: Dales Traveling Fellow, Arthur Spayd Brooke, Silver Medal for Design.
Gerald Watland Scholar, 1987 - Attingham Summer School. A month long study tour of English Country Houses and landscapes in the Midlands and South Downs regions of England.