Senior Associate

Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University

Throughout his career, Bryan Chun has been fascinated by applied technologies, that propel the field of architecture forward.  How can we leverage new hardware / software to illustrate and coordinate our projects to greater sophistication?

Since joining Hickok Cole in 2008, Bryan has been a central team member on several significant projects.  He was the Senior Project Architect for the International Spy Museum, and National Geographic Headquarters Public Space, as well as a Project Architect for the NPR Headquarters.  In 2008, Bryan led the transition from conventional 2D AutoCAD to 3D Building Information Models.

Prior to his time with Hickok Cole, Bryan’s portfolio includes projects for XM Satellite Radio and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

In 1999, Bryan graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, with a Bachelors in Architecture.  He was an Andrew Carnegie Merit Scholar throughout his studies at CMU.

Bryan was a presenter at the Facades+ Conference.  He was a panelist on a Urban Land Institute DC Presentation.  Bryan presented in a Trading Notes feature with Arch Paper.