DeOld Andersen Architecture LLC (DAA) is an architecture and design partnership based in Omaha, NE with experience in a range of project types and scales. We approach each project as a unique design problem with its own requirements, constraints and opportunities. Choosing to embrace projects anywhere, we believe architecture and design should enhance the interaction of people, whether it is in a new building or interior, the urban streetscape, or the suburban landscape.

DAA is licensed to practice in New York State and Nebraska, and the firm holds NCARB certification (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) facilitating reciprocal registration within the United States and Canada.

EMILY ANDERSEN, RA
Emily Andersen, RA is a founding partner of DeOld Andersen Architecture and an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture. Prior to DAA, Emily was an Associate at Slade Architecture in New York City, where she contributed extensively to several award winning projects. She received her BSAS and Masters of Architecture from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, and was a 2015 Fellow of the New Leaders Council. She is NCARB certified and is licensed to practice in the State of Nebraska. 

GEOFF DEOLD, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Geoff DeOld, AIA is a founding partner of DeOld Andersen Architecture. He received his BSAS and Masters of Architecture from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Prior to forming DAA he was an Associate Principal at STUDIOS architecture in New York City. Geoff is NCARB certified, is licensed to practice in the states of Nebraska and New York, and is also a LEED Accredited Professional. In addition to his work at DAA, Geoff has been an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture, and currently sits on the board of directors for Mode Shift Omaha, a transportation option advocacy group in Omaha.