Todd Hoehn


Todd Hoehn is a Principal at WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, a multidisciplinary design practice based in New York City. He has 20 years of experience leading complex multidisciplinary projects focused on integrating landscape and architecture. Todd is currently the principal in charge of the Longwood Gardens West Conservatory Complex in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

Previously, he was the Senior Project Manager for the Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the MIT Site P Building in Cambridge. He was the Project Architect for the Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park; U.S. Embassy and Consulates in New Delhi, India; and the University of Virginia’s Gateway to the Arts. He has worked on numerous competition-winning commissions and awards, including the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum in Los Angeles and the Tata Innovation Center at Cornell Tech in New York City.

Todd received a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania where he was the recipient of the Paul Philippe Cret Medal for design excellence, the Graduate Thesis Prize, and he was the winner of the statewide John Stewardson Memorial Competition. Todd pursued graduate studies at the Architectural Association in London, and received a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. He has taught at the University of Pennsylvania and is a visiting critic at Penn and Yale University.