Bret Walters, AIA, NCARB

Project Architect, CO

"The play of unexpected materiality within design is always a joy to me."

With a background in real estate development, Walters has a grounded perspective in design/build, development, and construction. His design skills, computer knowledge and experience in 3D visualization contributes greatly to the JLA team.

“I love the irony that the advancement of digital fabrication and computational form often reverts to almost baroque forms that reference nature.”

Education:
Bret received a BA Architecture (High Distinction) from  California College of the Arts in 2010.

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The World’s Most Complex Architecture:
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The World’s Most Complex Architecture:
Cardboard Column with 16 Million Facets, Michael Hansmeyer

 

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