Jeffrey Loman is a Senior Associate at David M. Schwarz Architects, Inc. and has been with the firm since 1988. Born and raised in France, he attended Architecture School in Bordeaux where he was awarded the Grand Prix d’Architecture de L’Academie des Beaux-Arts, formally referred to as the Grand Prix de Rome.
Jeffrey has contributed his design acumen to many of the institutional, sports, and arts facilities the firm has worked on throughout his time at DMSAS. In addition to his role as a designer, Jeffrey also creates the in-house, handcrafted architectural drawings and watercolor vignettes for the firm. He regularly holds workshop sessions on architectural expression for staff architects and university programs.
Away from the watercolors, Jeffrey shares his passion for the arts with his wife Florence, also a French-born architect. An avid and competitive long distance swimmer, he regularly competes in the pools, lakes, and rivers around the D.C. area. Jeffrey represents the state of Maryland for the National Senior Olympics.