Isaac Macleod is a student of architecture at the University of Cincinnati. Isaac first became interested in historic architecture while researching the legacy of urban renewal in his hometown, Cincinnati. Reading about careless demolitions and subsequent declines in urban areas gave him a strong appreciation for historic preservation, a stance bolstered by environmental concern. While completing three semesters of work/study in San Francisco, Isaac contributed to multiple adaptive re-use developments and projects involving historic housing. Isaac will graduate in May of 2020 with a Bachelor’s in Architecture and a certificate in historic preservation and hopes to be an advocate for historic architecture.