Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, an award winning, international architecture, interiors, and landscape architecture firm has promoted Conor Brown, Seattle Office leader, to the role of Associate Principal.
The promotion comes after 6 years with the firm, of which the last 2 years he has been instrumental to the successful creation of Carrier Johnson’s Seattle office and its continued growth. A registered architect in multiple states including Washington, Oregon, and California with over 9 years of experience in Mixed-Use and Residential projects.
A native of Green Bay, WI Conor obtained a Bachelor of Science – Architecture from the University of Minnesota, then went on to complete his Masters of Architecture at NewSchool of Architecture + Design in San Diego, CA. Always seeking professional growth, Conor received his Associate DBIA certification in 2020 and is currently participating in the Certificate in Commercial Real Estate program at University of Washington.
“Conor is an asset to the firm and his promotion to Associate Principal solidifies its continued success and development of our Seattle Office. He has been a great resource for developers seeking opportunities on new sites providing valuable knowledge in multiple jurisdictions in the Greater Seattle Area leading to successful project ventures,” stated Claudia Escala, Principal of Carrier Johnson + CULTURE.
Career highlights include:
Village at Totem Lake Project in Kirkland, WA – Mixed-use development in Kirkland, WA, totaling 650 residential units, 45,000 SF retail space and a 7 screen movie theater.
The Link Apartments in San Diego, CA – 7-Story Affordable Housing project comprised of 72 units of permanent supportive housing and 14 affordable apartments.
Vail Two Apartments in Shoreline, WA – New multi-family apartment community which includes 215 units and 187 spaces of underground parking.
Slater Avenue Mixed-Use in Kirkland, WA – New mixed-Use development with 3 buildings which include 486 apartment units and 20,000 sf of commercial space.