Driven by exploration, responsibility, and integrated collaboration, Regan resolves ambiguous complexity with singular solidity. As a student of the urban form, he uses architecture as a way to translate ephemeral abstraction into high-performance materiality.
Throughout his career, Regan has pushed the boundaries of design execution by absorbing emerging practices and techniques before they are widely adopted. He takes a progressive approach to technology and research, solving a spectrum of challenges, ranging from the prosaic stretching of strained budgets to breakthroughs afforded by factory prefabrication.
In 2016, Regan joined WRNS Studio bringing more than a dozen years of innovative design experience. Focused on the public good, his portfolio for private and non-profit clients spans small and large program scales and typologies including civic, commercial, performing arts, educational, institutional, and multi-family housing.
Regan is a California licensed architect and LEED accredited. He relocated to the Bay Area after earning a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin, attracted by the vibrant and varied design community. He believes a good professional contributes to discussions with the wider architectural community. Currently, he volunteers with the AIASF Housing Committee, helping to organize their annual symposiums. In the past, he was active with local USGBC and SPUR chapters. During his free time, he tinkers, sketches, and seeks oddities with his family.