Professor Gabranski has worked as an architect and designer in rural New England since 1984. Currently he works out of a studio in Bath, Maine, working on both residential and commercial projects. In his practice, he is interested in how architecture can help his clients achieve a heightened experience of both life and place, and strives to create settings of deep and lasting significance at any scale. In the studio, he pushes his students to discover solutions that focus on space making and spatial sequences, and asks them to iterate through diagram, parti, model, and section. Toby has taught both the third and second year studio sequences at UMA.
Lecturer in Architecture