Brent White

Brent White

Washington, DC, US



I am a designer, maker and thinker. First being introduced to the profession of architecture by way of fabrication, I have maintained an insightful position with regard to solution finding and a believe that good design happens through an intimate understanding of designer, client, and craftsman relationships. I have married the idea that one must earn the right to make decisions by experiencing the place where they have the most effect.

For now, I make things.



SKA Studio, Annapolis, MD, US, Senior Project Architect

Dec 2018 - current

CannonDesign, Baltimore, MD, US, Architect, VDC Leader

May 2014 - Dec 2018

SmithGroup, Washington, DC, US, Architect I

Mar 2013 - May 2014

OEC, Chantilly, VA, US, Digital Fabrication Specialist

OEC is a fabrication studio dedicated to prototyping and production of precision components for architecture, industrial design, product and aerospace industries. It has a genuine interest in automated fabrication processes that promote innovation in various design industries.

Jul 2012 - Mar 2013

Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US, Lab Technician

The state of the art Digital Fabrication Lab within the School of Design at the Savannah College of Art & Design supports plotters, laser cutters, 3D printers, and various CNC machine operations. Lab technicians are expected to provide support to students and faculty in areas of modeling, digital compositions and prototyping functions.

Sep 2011 - Jul 2012

SITU, Brooklyn, NY, US, Designer & Fabricator

The organization of Situ Studio’s workspace, split evenly between a fabrication shop and a design studio, reflects a commitment to interrogating design ideas through physical and material experimentation at a wide range of scales. The integration of the workshop space into the design practice itself introduces a high degree of flexibility in workflow – it is not uncommon for design studies to proceed in the form of full scale material experimentation in the earliest phases of a project’s development. This approach seeks to place the virtual and physical components of the practice into a productive and non-linear relationship that creates space for the act of making to become a generative part of the design process.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011


Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US, MArch, Architecture

digital fabrication \\ physical computing \\ computation \\ design research \\ anthropology

Sep 2008 - Jun 2012


Thesis Award: Student Choice, Award

Recognized by peers within the Savannah College of Art & Design as choice for graduate research.


Areas of Specialization