While each individual that makes up the RB+B Team has a unique set of values, talent and perspective, collectively we all have one thing in common: a passion for designing great spaces that make a difference to our clients and the environment. Our culture is unique and emphasizes collaboration, innovation, and, on a more personal scale, work-life balance. We enjoy activities together both in and out of the office, including hikes, picnics, happy hours, giving back to the community, and Friday design chats, to name a few.
“The buildings we design reflect our sense of responsibility to each other and to the environment.”
“What you build is a reflection of who you are and what you value.”
"A great architect helps teams overcome the challenge of creating a unique place together.”
“I trust architecture to lead me the way in life.”
"As an architect, I love making lives happier, healthier and inspired through design."
"Seeing kids’ faces as they discover their new school is the best benefit of what we do.”
"Great interior design brings a building to life."
"My favorite part of my job is watching our clients experience their new space for the very first time."
“My love of photography, the capturing of light and shadow, led me to a career in architecture."
“Architecture is making places for people.”
“Architecture: Filling a need in a beautiful way."
"Architecture forms a vital link between people and their surroundings" -Kengo Kuma
"Life's too short not to enjoy what you do."
“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.” – Charles Eames
“I discovered my desire for architecture while touring Rome in the Navy; the weight of that visit still carries my desire for building design."
"Art without engineering is dreaming. Engineering without art is calculating." –Steven Roberts
"Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness." -Frank Gehry
“I became a designer so that I may benefit communities through growth and positive action.”
“Every organism is in one sense continuous with its environment across the boundary of its skin, exchanging matter and energy.” – James Gibson