Eric HullSenior Project Architect Design Lab Developer
Why do you like to work at Mancini?
I love working with intelligent, friendly, and fun people. Good, innovative, and collaborative work is born from strong relationships, and Mancini values the off-project time spent building those relationships.
What kind of projects do you want to work on (or technology you want to use) in the future?
I am excited to explore new, collaborative workflows and process automation for architects. I am also looking forward to getting exposed to many project types, client profiles, and industries to understand better how we, as architects, can use technology to serve our clients and expand our practice.
What do you hope to see in the future in the world of architecture and design?
I hope to see more efficient workflows, faster processing, and a more fluid exchange of information between architects, clients, contractors, and subcontractors. Historically, the industry has been structured to create clear divisions of work, utilizing disjointed processes that often impede communication. I am excited about the current developments and new technologies that seek to break down those barriers.
When did you know you wanted to be an architect/designer?
My father is an architect and a great woodworker, and my mother is a graphic designer and an incredible artist. So, it was clear that I would find myself in a creative field from a young age.
What is your favorite hobby?
I love creating. Whether it is furniture, art, electronics, or mixed-media paintings, I just love to design and create things.