Conner Bryan is a designer from Navarre, Florida.
Conner recently received his Master of Architecture degree at The University of Texas at Austin. While completing his studies, he served as a graduate teaching assistant for Environmental Controls as well as the Public Interest Design / Build program. Conner also served as a graduate research associate at the UT Center for Sustainable Development. He has previously worked at the offices of Allied Works Architecture and HHMA.
Conner views the act of design through the lens of exploration. He believes in thinking critically through the act of making. He also maintains a firm belief in design that provides smart and adaptive responses to human degradation on the environment.
Conner previously studied at The University of Florida where he received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture degree with highest honors, as well as a minor in Urban and Regional Planning. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional.
Allied Works Architecture, Portland, OR, US, Architectural Intern
The University of Texas at Austin, MArch, Architecture
Master of Architecture, first-professional
Cumulative GPA: 3.81
University of Florida, Bachelors, Architecture
Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Minor: Urban & Regional Planning
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Richard Clark Traveling Fellowship, Grant
Oglesby Traveling Fellowship, Nomination
Tau Sigma Delta member, National Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts, Nomination
Blake Alexander Traveling Fellowship, Grant
Bartlett Cocke Scholarship, Scholarship
Sixth River Architects Endowed Fellowship, Scholarship
Excellence in Design Award, University of Texas School of Architecture, 1st Place