ANN ARBOR — (April 27, 2020) – A3C Collaborative Architecture, a leader in the sustainability, healthcare, education, and general practice architectural market in Ann Arbor for over 35 years, announced on April 21, 2020, the promotion of Noah Posthuma to Associate. Posthuma has been with A3C since 2014 and has provided Project Management on several University of Michigan projects, as well as, numerous Michigan Medicine projects. He is a vital part of the Healthcare, Education and Municipal Work Groups at A3C. Posthuma recently completed the Scio Township Utility Addition and is currently working on two local Fire Station projects.

Noah has demonstrated his ability to understand clients, develop projects that are well researched and build lasting relationships.  We look forward to his insights as he assumes a new leadership role in the firm. – Jan Culbertson, FAIA, LEED AP, Senior Principal at A3C

Posthuma graduated with a Bachelors in Architecture from the University of Michigan in 2008; he completed his Masters of Architecture at U of M in 2011. After graduation, he worked at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology as an exhibit designer and with a local home builder as an architectural designer before coming to A3C in 2014. He lives in Ypsilanti and enjoys taking walks, reading, and playing board games with friends.


A3C Collaborative Architecture  is a multi-disciplinary architecture firm respected for its collaborative approach, quality work, supportive environment, and environmental stewardship. Based in Ann Arbor, we partner with our clients to create responsive, sustainable solutions.

For more information, contact Monica Capilla at [email protected] or 734.663.1910