Brian Campbell

Brian Campbell

Atlanta, GA, US



I love creating.  My passion for design and detailing led me to architecture as a profession

but it is really my hobby. 


Peacock Architects, Atlanta, GA, US, Project Architect/Manager

I performed PA duties as well as Management on small medical projects including ground up dental facilities. As part of a team I worked on various interior build outs as well as medium sized medical interior improvements. Quick modeling and conceptual flexibility has enabled me to be a dependable go-to on various design concepts for various projects scopes. Recently I have been involved in the interior design of a small rehab facility at Tanner Medical Center in Villa Rica, GA and a dental facility is Marietta,GA.

Dec 2010 - current

Warner Summers - Architecture and Interior Design, Atlanta, GA, US, Project Architect

Being my first full-time position as a Architectural Intern, here I gained most of my practical knowledge of the design and construction industries as well as completion of IDP. Growing from Cad technician to fully involved designer, producer and client contact enabled me to become independent in the development of class A office buildings and interiors, small scale religious facilities, and a host of conceptual offerings for various markets. In the late years of my tenure at Warner Summers shell building development leaned towards speculative medical facilities and the ensuing tenant improvements which me extensive knowledge in 2-4 story steel framed building construction. In many ways I became autonomous in the production and management of these facilities lowering overhead
and becoming more critical and knowledgeable of the building type and all phases of building delivery.

Feb 2000 - Jun 2010


Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Atlanta, GA, US, MArch, Architecture

The one year master program allowed me to concentrate on complex infrastructural urban manifestations centered on the integration of vehicular and pedestrian traffic patterns.

Aug 2001 - Jun 2002

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, US, BArch, Architecture

The 5-year program was an extensive 176 hour marathon including 10 design studio semesters, structures, theory, drawing and history, etc. My attempt to get a well rounded approach to creative and practical building knowledge allowed me to evolve into a critic conscious of form, appropriateness and detailed constructability. The program was steeped in the work of Le Corbusier and the disciples of modernism yet emphasized various regional influences of form and construction all motivated by the encouraging diaspora of Ivy League pedigrees and regional sensitivities.

Aug 1995 - Dec 1999