Troy Schaum is an architect with extensive experience in practice at a wide range of scales and project types. He is also engaged in teaching and research as an Assistant Professor at the Rice School of Architecture where he as been teaching since 2008. He received his Master of Architecture from Princeton and Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech. Previous to founding SCHAUM/SHIEH, Troy was a project architect at OMA New York working on the design for Paul Milstein Hall—Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning. Troy also worked as a designer at Studio Daniel Libeskind and LTL Architects in New York and in San Francisco at Jim Jennings Architecture.
Troy is licensed in New York, California, and Texas. He is NCARB certified and LEED AP BD+C.
Rosalyne Shieh holds degrees from Berkeley, the Bartlett, and Princeton. Before forming SCHAUM/SHIEH, she worked in the offices of Abalos&Herreros in Madrid, as well as ARO and Stan Allen Architect in New York City. She has taught at the University of Michigan, the Cooper Union, and Yale.
Rosalyne is a registered architect in the state of New York and NCARB certified.
Giorgio joined SCHAUM/SHIEH in 2012. Before that, he spent five years as a bassist and drummer for The Rosebuds and Bishop Allen. He also worked on the score for Red Dead Redemption, which won Best Video Game Score at the 2010 Video Game Awards. Giorgio received his MArch. from Rice University and a BA in History and Latin American Studies from UT Austin. Giorgio holds both Italian and American citizenship, with strong ties to Venezuela. Giorgio is currently working on a documentary about housing in the United States.
Ane was born in Bilbao, Spain where she is a registered architect. She received her M.Arch. from the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura Universidad de Navarra (ETSAUN). Ane has experience working in international offices in Europe and US and has worked on a wide array of project types. In 2013 she moved to the US where she has been working as an architectural designer. She speaks Spanish, English, Basque and Portuguese. When not at SCHAUM/SHIEH, Ane can be found reading, traveling and more recently running half marathons.
Tsveti hails from Eastern Europe. She lived in Bulgaria until her decision to pursue a B.Arch took her to Houston. While studying at Rice University, she worked as a designer in Sofia, attended the Fontainebleau School in France, and joined WEISS/MANFREDI in New York for a year. A travelling fellowship allowed her to spend a summer writing on an island in Greece. Before joining SCHAUM/SHIEH, she worked with Albert Pope on a zero carbon redevelopment proposal for Houston’s Fifth Ward.
Tucker joined SCHAUM/SHIEH in 2014. He previously worked for architecture offices in Ft. Worth, New York, and Paris. As part of a traveling fellowship he spent several weeks in the Veneto region of Italy, conducting research for his master’s thesis, sited in the Venetian Lagoon. He received his M.Arch. from Rice University and a B.S.Arch. from the University of Idaho. Growing up, Tucker lived all over the United States, but has yet to visit North Dakota, Alaska, and Hawaii.