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Brandon Johnson

Brandon Johnson

Charlotte, NC, US

 

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About 

Since sketching at the age of 5, I have always wanted to be an architect.

Drawing out previously missed opportunities for clients through the built environment drives my work. I see these opportunities as aesthetics drawing people to a place and compelling their enjoyment and repeat of the experience and spaces enhancing how clients work.

My ultimate goal is to be a thought leader in design and how architecture can bring us more than “That’s how we have always done it”

Architecture is the means of capitalizing on the opportunity to draw, people to a place compel their enjoyment and repeat of the experience and enhance what they do.

It is a thoughtful shaping of our environment responsive to enhanced lifestyle; an architect prioritizes this relationship from every idea conceived to every detail implemented.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Perkins Eastman, Charlotte, NC, US, Project Designer

Established frontend concept design in collaboration with senior designers, interiors and studio leadership on diverse project types; developed work featuring concept design, document/detailing production, graphics and presentations

Apr 2012 - current
 

KSQ Architects, Dallas, TX, US, Project Coordinator

Established frontend feasibility and pre-planning options higher education clients. Participated in client meeting sessions to assess implication of strategies and priorities.

Sep 2011 - Mar 2012
 

Perkins+Will, Dallas, TX, US, Student Intern

Provided project support in production work from schematics through construction

Jan 2008 - May 2010
 

Education 

Texas A&M University, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2005 - May 2011
 

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, US, Bachelors, Environmental Design

Aug 2005 - May 2009
 

Awards 

2010 Natural Talent Design Competition, Award

Natural Talent Design Competition “Phoenix House” selected to represent Houston USGBC chapter as winning design

2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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