Michael Bohn, AIA is a senior principal and design director of Studio One Eleven. As a licensed architect with over 30 years of experience, Michael is responsible for a wide range of projects within architecture, urban and landscape design. His urban design projects range in scale from: the visioning for downtown Long Beach and peer review for a dozen cities to smaller urban interventions that incorporate parklets, bulb-outs, bike facilities, and medians. His expertise in housing comprises over 3,500 units on the boards or complete and has been widely lauded including the award-winning Long Beach Senior Arts Colony. His focus also includes mixed use and urban infill, many times located adjacent to transit and leveraging market rate, affordable and specialty housing projects.
Michael is currently an active member of the ULI LA Housing Council’s Homeless Sub Committee, AIA California’s Housing Congress, Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing (SCANPH), Long Beach Heritage, Congress for New Urbanism (CNU), Presidential Commission on Sustainability for California State University at Long Beach, AIA Long Beach/South Bay chapter and Housing Los Angeles (HoLA), comprised of architects that address affordable housing challenges with solutions supporting good design and dignity to its residents.
Michael served as the 2017 President for AIA Long Beach/South Bay and currently participates on the Housing Congress for AIA California.