Matthew Hoffman is an award-winning architect, urban designer, and Vice Chair of the Planning Commission for the City of Fayetteville Arkansas. Through his work at the City, Miller Boskus Lack Architects, and the University of Arkansas Community Design Center (UACDC), Hoffman has contributed to several large-scale planning projects. In his time at the University of Arkansas, Hoffman played an active role in the education of 5th-year students at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and lectured at the Center for Agriculture and Rural Sustainability on the topic of Livable cities. His work at UACDC and elsewhere has earned state and national recognition and awards from the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Landscape Architects, the American Planning Association, and the Congress for the New Urbanism.
In his current position at Miller Boskus Lack, Matthew focuses on urban design, economic development, and mixed- use projects. In 2015, the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal named Hoffman to their prestigious Fast 15 list; his profile was featured in a special edition of the publication. Hoffman is currently working with Arkansas Tech University to complete a major urban planning initiative in Russellville, Arkansas, and he is excited to continue this work through the plan’s implementation.