Brian Mulder understands the critical role buildings play in shaping private organizations, the public realm, and planetary health. With more than 20 years of professional experience, his portfolio encompassing a diversity of work from a workplace tower in Beijing to an urban-oriented grocery store in Salt Lake City. Throughout, Brian is interested in projects that establish bold urban gestures from the “big picture” idea to the everyday user’s experience. A firm believer in the primary tenets of good design, he champions sustainability as a driver for innovative projects that are honest, timeless, and beautiful. Brian is currently designing the expansion of Adobe’s Campus in Lehi, Utah.
Before joining WRNS Studio, Brian gained experience working at firms in the Boston area and in San Francisco. He received his Master of Architecture from Harvard Univeristy’s Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kenyon College. Two years spent biking the length of South America brought Brian a worldly-minded sense of inspiration and insight that informs his everyday design process.