Charles Bryant, AIA, is a native of California's Central Valley and has over 30 years experience working on projects large and small. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from UC Irvine and a Master’s degree in Physics from Boston University. While working as a Lecturer in Physics at Boston University, he enrolled in the Master of Architecture program at Harvard University, Graduate School of Design. One year later, he resigned his position at Boston University in order to devote full attention to his studies in Architecture.

After receiving his Master of Architecture Degree, he obtained broad experience with various firms in Massachusetts working on public, private, and commercial projects. In 1989 he returned to the Bay Area to work at a firm with residential and retail clients.

Over the next ten 10 years he provided consultant services to a variety of firms specializing in schools, public work, ADA compliance, residential projects and commercial development. In 1999 he started Bryant Architects, designing residential remodels/additions, custom homes, tenant improvements and other commercial work for clients throughout the Bay Area.

From the beginning of his interest in and professional pursuit of architecture, he has incorporated recycled/renewable/re-purposed materials, employed principals of natural day lighting and environmentally conscious design within his work. Mr. Bryant has enhanced his knowledge of different building systems and methodologies by attending various seminars and workshops including:

  • Certified Green Building Professional, by Builditgreen.org
  • Underground Structures with Malcolm Wells, FAIA
  • Alternative Building Systems training at Harvard University, GSD
  • Energy Efficient Design Systems Training at Woods Hole Institute, Woods Hole, MA.
  • Historic Building Restoration/Preservation with R. Wendell Phillips, FAIA

His design creativity, technical expertise and administrative abilities ensure that all projects are completed on time, on budget and with minimal regulatory delays.


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