Olumide Oseyemi Akinsade

Olumide Akinsade, AIA, NCARB, NOMA, LEED AP

Lecturer

Biography

MIDE O. AKINSADE AIA, LEED AP, NOMA is a registered architect with the State of Maryland and the founder + Design Director of the architecture firm “atelier MIDE”. An alumnus of The University of Maryland, College Park where he attained his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Architecture degree, Mide has worked as a Senior Lead Designer with notable design firms (RTKL, HOK and Gensler) on multiple award winning projects across Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, as well as on multiple buildings and projects across the globe. He is currently an adjunct professor of Architecture at The University of Maryland College Park and currently serves on the Board of Directors of The American Institute of Architects AIA|DC. Notable projects designed by Mide O. Akinsade in Baltimore city include: 750 Pratt Street Tower, The Martin D. Jenkins Hall (Behavioral and Social Sciences Building) at Morgan State University, and The University of Maryland Baltimore Health Sciences Research Facility III (HSRF III). At HSRF III as the Lead Design Architect, Mide also participated on the Maryland Public Arts Council and the University stakeholders on selecting the winning artist (Eric Peltzer) and his installation “Stochastic Interaction” for the outdoor plaza of the award-winning building.

Education
Master of Architecture
University of Maryland
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of Maryland