Straughn Trout Architects, LLC
AIA, LEED AP
Masters of Architecture
University of Florida, 2006
Bachelor of Design
University of Florida, 2004
American Institute of Architects (Tampa Bay)
Lakeland South Rotary – Board Member
Polk Museum of Art
“F” Club – University of Florida Letterman
Alpha Rho Chi – Professional Architectural Fraternity (Past UF Chapter President)
“40 under 40” Monograph – AIA Tampa Bay, 2009 & 2010; “Suburban Solution: Case Study on Magnify Credit Union” – High Performance Buildings Magazine, Spring 2012
Tim Hoeft has studied architecture and the built environment across the globe. While enrolled in a UF – School of Architecture study abroad program, Tim lived in Vicenza, Italy, and traveled extensively throughout the European continent. In the summer of 2005, he participated in a similar program in the rural Tequila Valley of Mexico analyzing the relationship between the physical and cultural environments influenced by architecture and the natural landscape.
As an integral member of the Straughn Trout Architects’ Design Team, Mr. Hoeft’s responsibilities extend beyond project design and coordination. He is heavily involved in the early design stages of many projects and creates concept and presentation renderings as well as three-dimensional animations that help shape each project. As LEED AP, Tim also leads the firm’s sustainability efforts and manages archival photographic documentation of built projects. He designs and maintains the firm’s web site, and oversees the technical aspects of the firm’s Online Project Management system. He has proven invaluable to the firm with his knowledge and expertise in the graphic arts, and he prepares all marketing information while maintaining the corporate identity of the firm.
Tim is currently on the LSR Board of Directors and has previously served as the Sgt. of Arms for two years.