Conner Bryan is currently pursuing his Master of Architecture degree with an emphasis in sustainable design at the University of Texas at Austin. He has served as a teaching assistant for Environmental Controls in the School of Architecture for two semesters. His interests primarily lie in new and emerging sustainable technologies in architecture, including smart skins, future building materials, and energy production in architecture. He maintains a firm belief in design that provides smart and adaptive responses to human degradation on the environment.
Conner is currently conducting research on public interest design at the UTSoA Center for Sustainable Development in the hopes of creating a national hub of research on the topic at UT Austin. He also is helping to coordinate the upcoming 2012 Public Interest Design Summer program.
Conner previously graduated with highest honors from The University of Florida where he received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture degree with a minor in Urban and Regional Planning. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional.
The University of Texas at Austin, MArch, Architecture
Master of Architecture, first-professional
Emphasis in sustainable design
Vicenza Institute of Architecture, Vicenza, IT, Bachelors, Architecture
University of Florida, Bachelors, Architecture
Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Minor: Urban & Regional Planning
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Excellence in Design Award, University of Texas School of Architecture, 1st Place