Zachary Banks is a designer and planner at Concordia. He is a Master of Architecture student at Tulane School of Architecture, currently in his fourth year. His role on the Concordia team includes working on all phases of community engagement, concept and schematic design development, as well as architectural modeling and production. He is skilled in Adobe, Autodesk, and SketchUp software, allowing him to work on a variety of projects throughout the office.
Zachary has been taking classes in architecture since the 9th grade. Many of his high school projects involved buildings around his hometown of Princeton, New Jersey, sparking his interest in the variety of architecture styles around the small town. When he moved to New Orleans, his interest in residential work continued to blossom. Zachary’s ability to engage with diverse communities has helped him gain a deeper understanding of architecture within context.
In his free time Zachary enjoys playing a variety of sports, listening to classic and modern hip-hop, enjoying the outdoors, and brushing up on his practice of the cello.