Brian Havener is an architectural designer whose work and research approaches material through its capacity to both construct and manipulate spatial perception. He is currently looking for work in architectural practice. Please contact below for work samples and references.
Havener was most recently a faculty member in the department of architecture at Cornell University, in which he taught the first-year design studio sequence. He also performed research in the Robotic Construction Lab, developing novel methods of timber construction through the aid of digital fabrication and robotics. Havener is a recipient of the CASAPOLI Research Residency, located at the award-winning Casa Poli, designed by Pezo von Ellrichshausen.
Havener has practiced at CODA, OMA New York and the offices of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill in Chicago. He holds a master of architecture from Cornell University and a bachelor of science in architecture from the University of Cincinnati.