Architect | Associate
Aaron Brumo is an award-winning architect with nearly 20 years of experience in a wide variety of project types including K-12 and higher education, commercial, and community and cultural. Joining Clark Nexsen in 2013, he has practiced architecture in Raleigh, San Francisco, and Asheville. He has recently led teams at Clark Nexsen to design the Carolina Day Lower School, Edneyville Elementary School, and City Centre, an urban development in downtown Asheville. His design awards include two AIA North Carolina awards for the Innovative High School and Carolina Day Lower School.
He believes great design begins with listening to clients’ end goals in order to create thoughtful, functional, and exceptional spaces. Aaron has been an adjunct faculty at the University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design, and a visiting studio critic at California College of the Arts and at NC State’s College of Design. He recently served as a board member of AIA Asheville.