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Scott Archer

Senior Associate | Beyer Blinder Belle

Scott Archer is an Architect, Urban Designer, and Certified Planner in Beyer Blinder Belle’s Washington, DC office. With a diversity of experience in architecture, planning, and urban design, he brings a spirit of both rationality and ingenuity to his project teams. Scott collaborates with varied clients, including governmental, institutional, and private organizations, to create strategies that express their missions within their city, campus, or building. He holds a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University. Scott is a founding member and past chair of the AIA|DC Urban Design Committee, an adjunct faculty member at Virginia Tech’s Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, and the recipient of a 2021 AIA|DC Emerging Architect Award and the 2022 DCCEAS Young Architect of the Year Award. Scott joined BBB in 2013.


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Affordable Living: A Requirement for Sustainable & Equitable Cities

Cities and towns across the nation are grappling with a crisis of affordable living. While some symptoms and strategies are universal, each geographical, social, economic, and political context requires a tailored approach in developing more equitable and resilient communities. Design professionals, public health specialists, policymakers, and community members alike must all come together to best ensure the places we call home are designed in the best interest for all. This panel will explore the topic of housing affordability in three distinct locales through the lenses of architects and planners, both in private practice and non-profit organizations, sharing the common goal of developing quality and affordable housing for all.  Hosted by Regional and Urban Design Committee (RUDC).

Course expires 9/10/2025

1.00 LU|HSW