Noah A. Rollins, AIA, LEED AP BD+C


Noah A. Rollins is a Tampa Bay-based registered architect with more than a decade of experience in his field, and a LEED Accredited Professional with the U.S. Green Building Council. After receiving his Bachelor degree from the University of Florida, Noah spent almost 10 years as a designer with Wilson Architects in Boston. Also during that time he received his Master in Architecture degree from Harvard University, where he created and organized an ongoing architectural film series, and sat on numerous architectural panels and juries.

While living in Florida, Noah has served on boards with cultural institutions including CreativeTampaBay, Florida Craftsmen, Tampa Bay History Center and the Tampa Museum of Art. He has also worked as juror/curator on numerous arts exhibitions, juror for the Urban Excellence Awards with the Tampa Downtown Partnership and graphic designer for Lights On Tampa with the City of Tampa. In 2008, Noah was a recipient of the ‘Creative Catalyst’ award from CreativeTampaBay.

Noah is a collector of contemporary artwork who strongly believes in the close relationship between collector and artist, and in the personal identification one makes with art. He feels that the collecting of art is more than a financial acquisition, but is an intimate connection with creativity.