Drexel Design Portfolio About

Paul Biddle (principal) trained under Uruguay's Rafael Vinoly Architects PC in New York after graduating from the School of Architecture at The University of Virginia. He first designed houses in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado before opening his own firm, Drexel Design, in Los Angeles.

His classical training and passion for building "green" made Paul the perfect choice for Diane Lander-Simon when she decided to build a LEED certified, old fashioned farm house. From first sketch to final LEED certification, Paul led the team that tried and perfected materials and methods that will help set the standards for building green homes.

LEED for Homes is a voluntary initiative designed by the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) to promote the latest sustainable home building practices. The LEED for Homes Rating System is targeting the top 25% of homes with best practice environmental design and construction. For more on the LEED for homes program go to: http://www.usgbc.org/.

To request images of this LEED certified traditional farm house, other residential projects, and commercial projects please contact our office.


Drexel Design
office: (310) 850-2180
email: drexel.design.uva@gmail.com