Paul Rosenblatt AIA, Principal Founding SPRINGBOARD Principal Paul Rosenblatt AIA NCARB (pictured at right) earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Yale University, where he received the Yale School of Architecture’s Anne C.K. Garland Award. He was Editor of Perspecta, The Journal of the Yale School of Architecture. Since 1987, Mr. Rosenblatt has taught at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, where he is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor.
Best known for his museum architecture and innovative residential and exhibition designs, Mr. Rosenblatt has developed nationally recognized status for his expertise in these areas. His reputation as an excellent collaborator with a constructive voice has led to consistent invitations to contribute design expertise to many non-profits and civic undertakings. Confirming his stature as a leader in this arena, the National Academy of Design awarded Mr. Rosenblatt the prestigious Orville Lance Prize for Architecture. The Pittsburgh Business Times selected him as one of 50 “2004 Fast Trackers” in recognition of outstanding contributions to his profession and the community. Paul is a former board member of the Society for Contemporary Craft, one of the nation’s leading craft museums, and Cool Space Locator, an innovative real estate organization.