Eric Oskey, AIA
Technical Director, Partner
As Technical Partner, Eric brings into being Moto’s creative vision through the sophisticated application of assemblies, material science, building systems, and construction knowledge. Joining the firm in 2012, his substantial previous experience, which includes working at the Pritzker Prize winning office of Venturi Scott Brown, allows him to efficiently lead our large-scale and institutional projects, while navigating their intricate dynamics.
Eric’s studied approach to design is driven by an enthusiastic engagement of the making process and the descriptive tools used to reveal solutions. These studies enhance and expand the firm’s design vision with a sophistication that has fundamentally changed the scale and level at which Moto’s work can be expressed. His understanding and use of digital production tools, creates a beneficial reciprocation between digital technology and building technique. Eric maintains his connection to academics as an Associate Professor of Practice in the Architecture Department at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University. In 2018 he was recognized as a Philadelphia Minority Business Leader by the Philadelphia Business Journal. Eric holds an MArch from Cornell University.