Aloysha Verzhbinsky (MArch ’90) promoted to partner at Tom Eliot Fisch Architects

Aloysha Verzhbinsky (MArch ’90) has been promoted to partner at Tom Eliot Fisch Architects in San Francisco. With the firm since 2001, Verzhbinsky has more than 20 years of experience in the design and construction of major institutional and public works projects, including hospitals, libraries, recreational facilities, and commercial buildings. His projects have appeared in ArchitectArchitecture, and Progressive Architecture and received design awards from the AIA California Council and the San Francisco, New York, and Boston Chapters of AIA.
His current projects include renovating the historic Hoover Pavilion on the Stanford University campus to house medical offices and clinics, designing the new Fulton Street Boys & Girls Clubhouse in San Francisco, and serving as advising architect to the Associated Students of University of California at Berkeley on the renovation of Lower Sproul Plaza. 
A registered architect, Alyosha is also president of the board of directors for the Randall Museum Friends in San Francisco. He received his master of architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in 1990 and his bachelor of art in environmental design from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1983, where he graduated with high honors and a departmental citation and was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi Medal. 
Established in 1997, Tom Eliot Fisch is a 25-person architecture and interior design practice based in San Francisco. The firm’s diverse portfolio, distinguished by local, state, and national awards, encompasses projects for the education, civic/government, healthcare, housing, commercial, and corporate markets.