Architect Aaron Brumo, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee’s Asheville office.
Aaron is an award-winning architect with more than 10 years of experience in a wide variety of project types including museums, schools, and single- and multi-family residential. He designed and built a wood carving studio in Durham that received local, state, and regional AIA honor awards. He was a member of the design team for the NC Botanical Garden Visitor Education Center in Chapel Hill, which was North Carolina’s first LEED Platinum building.
Living in San Francisco for the last 10 years, he worked on a number of award-winning single- and multi-family housing projects and was, most recently, a project architect for the North Beach Public Library. In 2004, he was a recipient of the John K. Branner Traveling Fellowship, on which he studied impermanent architecture in India, Southeast Asia, Japan, and Eastern Europe.
Aaron’s work has been featured at the Venice Architecture Biennale and has been published in a number of national and foreign publications
Aaron has a Bachelor of Environmental Science in Architecture degree from NC State University and a Master of Architecture degree from UC Berkeley, where he taught courses on construction technology.