John C. Senhauser, FAIA, founder of John Senhauser Architects, was born in New Philadelphia, Ohio. He earned a bachelor of architecture degree in 1971 from University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning and started his own practice in 1979. Since then, both architects and builders have chosen to honor John Senhauser Architects with more than fifty design awards as well as the 1999 AIA Ohio Gold Medal Firm Award and the 2009 AIA Ohio Gold Medal.
Linking practice with education, professional and community service, John is a former Adjunct Associate Professor of Design at the University of Cincinnati. He has served as President of both AIA Ohio and AIA Cincinnati, Regional Director for the Ohio Valley Region, and Institute Secretary for the National AIA.
John served as the Director of the National Architectural Accreditation Board from 2007 to 2010. He is a former Chair of the City of Cincinnati’s Historic Conservation Board and Ohio’s Residential Construction Advisory Committee. John is currently a member of the city’s Urban Design Review Board and the University of Cincinnati’s Design Review Committee.
Ashley joined the John Senhauser Architects in 2015 and brings strong experience as a designer and project manager for high-end residential, hospitality, and cultural projects. Prior to joining the firm she worked in New York City for several highly-regarded design offices including Morris Adjmi Architects, Clodagh Design, and Rockwell Group.
She studied Mechanical Engineering at the Ohio State University before transferring to the University of Cincinnati where she earned a dual bachelor degree in both Architecture and Interior Design. Her studies also included a semester at the Danish Institute for Study in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is currently working towards professional licensure.
Ashley grew up in Cincinnati and recently bought a house in College Hill.
Robert joined John Senhauser Architects in 2016 and has valuable experience in high-end residential, educational, and retail architecture projects. While a student at The Ohio State University, he served as a design critic and instructor for the Knowlton School of Architecture.
Robert earned a Master of Architecture at The Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of Architecture, where he also received his Bachelors of Architecture. His studies included international study abroad trips to China and Eastern Europe. Robert received a study-abroad grant in 2015, to study German cities and how they prevent urban sprawl. He is currently working towards professional licensure.