Jonathan Tull

Adjunct Faculty
BA, Lawrence Technological University

View some of Jonathan Tull‘s work

What the impact of the built form has on human thought, interaction and perception.

Design technology and how they can positively or negatively influence the design process.

Professional Experience

A Michigan based designer with concentrated skills in presentation graphics, architectural design, interior design and advanced modeling. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University where he focused on visual graphics, fundamental design techniques, design theory, design process, and graphic design.

Currently (and for the past 4 years) he is a project designer at HED where he works within the corporate commercial, higher-ed, and science+technology studios, seeing projects from concept level through design development.

Professionally, he has collaborated and consulted with firms such as, Archive DS, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Owen Architects Collaborative and Luckenbach Ziegelman Architects. A few notable projects include Vernor Crossing (AIA Michigan 2015 Honor Award), Woodward Complete Streets Master Plan, 555 Old Woodward Renovation and St. Petersburg Transit Center.

Significant Publications, Presentations and Exhibitions

“Inhabiting Everyday Monuments: A Critical Practice Masterclass with Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss / NAO” Woodward Complete Streets Master Plan