Throughout her career, Diane Cho has championed the arts as a catalyst for community revitalization. As an architect, an active leader for many cultural organizations, and a patron, she has helped to position and celebrate the arts as a vital ingredient in the life of strong and vibrant cities. Her work is consistently recognized as fresh and inventive, with unconventional design solutions that create signature, often award-winning, results.
Diane’s acclaimed portfolio includes many transformative theater, museum, and education projects, including complex adaptive use and renovation initiatives. She works closely with clients to ensure that architectural concepts reflect their mission and unique program requirements.
“I have a passion for the arts and education. I especially enjoy the collaborative nature of theater design work, and the lively group dynamics that take place. Designing projects for the arts is an intense but rewarding process. Every project is completely different.”
- Cornell University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1974
- MD Board of Architects: Chair
- Station North Arts & Entertainment District: Board Member
- Baltimore Museum of Art: Board of Trustees
- President's Council of Cornell Women
- Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art
- American Institute of Architects