A founding member and principal of Neumann Sloat Arnold Architects, Austin Sloat has worked on several high-profile and award-winning projects, including two Architectural Record Houses.
He has a special interest in technology, working on exterior building systems that incorporate high-performance elements. Austin has worked on over a hundred litigation cases in various capacities, both plaintiff and defense. He has delivered lectures on waterproofing systems and the use of data loggers to verify performance of as-built conditions.
Austin received his Bachelor of Science degree in architectural design at MIT and his Master of Architecture degree at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is a licensed architect in the states of California, Hawaii, and Oregon.