“My heart is in the work.” – Andrew Carnegie
Eric Egenolf has spent his adult life putting his heart into his pursuits-whether they be reclaiming a relic wood box into a piece of modern furniture, training (and being trained by) his little deaf puppy, or completing an Ironman triathlon after a build-up that would equally test his mental sanity and physical endurance. Eric now puts his full design energies into the endeavors of Process Studio, a collaboration he enthusiastically co-founded with former classmate and longtime friend Dwight Yee.
Eric earned his Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Engineering Studies from Carnegie Mellon University in 2001. He has since then gained valuable experience working with artists, fabricators, and architects at firms in Pittsburgh, Washington DC, San Diego, and Salt Lake City. Eric is a licensed architect in Utah and Maryland, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Accredited Professional with Specialty in Building Construction and Design.