Scott Sarver

Principal / Architecture

With nearly 30 years of architectural experience, Scott has lived up to his personal commitment to add value to his projects through responsive and innovative design. Throughout his career, his combined design capabilities and respect for programmatic goals has produced a wide variety of projects with distinguished results.

Scott has worked on an exceptionally diverse portfolio of intricate master planning and building projects in the United States, China and Korea including the new Seoul Metropolitan Airport competition in South Korea; Plaza Rakyat, a seven million sq. ft. mixed-use project in Kuala Lumpur; and Tower Palace III, a 72-story upper market residential tower in Seoul.

Scott has been active in the Korean architectural design market for more than 15 years, recently designing several turn-key competitions, including the Seoul Central Post Office and Korean International Exhibition Center competitions; the Pohang City Hall competition; and the design for DMC Mixed-Use International Residences. Scott has been involved in the rapidly developing Korean residential market with such projects as the Bumildong Residential Redevelopment project in Busan, a new Town Mixed-Use Center, and Prototype Housing Studies with Samsung, both located in Hwaseong Dongtan.

Education & Registration
  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Kentucky