Aaron Cole

Aaron Cole

Rome, GA, US




The recession of 2009 put me in the position to take pause and consider the path I was on. Sustainable Agriculture afforded me the opportunity to step back and see the world at a slower pace.

After that hiatus from the field of Architecture, I decided to return with renewed passion and new-found maturity. That time spent focusing in specific places; physically laboring on the use and improvement of those places, coincidentally changed my outlook toward Architecture. No longer did I have the attitude, cultivated in school and reinforced thru magazines, of Architecture as some big, sweeping gesture but now, I recognize it’s impact and role in the specifics of Place and Time. I have a deep passion for urban agriculture and would love to explore the intersections between that and Architecture as a means for improving the lives of people in cities.

I feel as if Architecture is best realized through practice, research and learning.  I believe that my unorthodox path through life that has led me back to Architecture gives me a unique perspective that would make me a valuable asset to any Architecture practice.

I have a family, a loving wife Teresa and two young children Og and Elm.

In addition to Agriculture and Architecture I enjoy ride my bicycle, Graphic Deisgn and Underground/Expiremental music.



CEVIAN Design Lab, Rome, GA, US, Architecural Designer

Jan 2006 - Jul 2015

Jackson-Lowe Vegetable Farm, Rockmart, GA, US, Farm Hand

Jul 2011 - Dec 2012

Rise and Shine Organic Vegetable Farm, Rome, GA, US, Farm Hand

Jul 2011 - Nov 2011

Top of the World Farm, West Point, TN, Farm Hand

Aug 2009 - Jul 2011

Square Feet Studio, Atlanta, GA, US, Architecural Desig

Jun 2008 - Mar 2009

Sizemore Group, Atlanta, GA, US, Architectural Designer

Jan 2004 - Jun 2008

Richard Rauh & Aasociated, Atlanta, GA, US, Intern

Jan 2003 - May 2004


Kennesaw State University, Marietta, GA, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture (5 year professional degree)

Jan 2000 - May 2004

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