Brian J. Mac, FAIA

Attended school at the University of Detroit and in Florence/Volterra, Italy.
Majored with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1988.
Was inducted into the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in 2018.
Was inducted into the New England Design Hall of Fame in 2018.
Was previously employed at Quinn/Evans Architects in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Grew up in Metro Detroit, Michigan.
Has lived in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Italy and Vermont.
Architectural inspirations include LeCorbusier, FLW, Sir David Adjaye, Hans Wegner and Zaha Hadid.
Musical inspirations include Marvin Gaye, Pearl Jam, Neil Young, REM, Phish and Radiohead
Art and design inspirations include his spouse, Brooke Michelsen, and Donald Judd.
Life inspirations are his four kids; Dylan, Beck, Vaughn and Rohe.
Hobbies include hockey, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, guitar, drawing and traveling.
Favorite type of vacation includes a mix of culture, nature and architecture.
The farthest he has ever been from home is the South Island of New Zealand.
First job was as a dishwasher.
Favorite color is Black.