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DAN BRAMSKE

Associate, Architect


Qualifications

Registered Architect in Oregon and Washington

Education

University of Oregon, Master of Architecture, 2012

University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2008

Bio

Growing up in Minnesota, spent his summers camping at various state parks, touring historical sites, and playing in the timber and stone buildings built by the CCC and WPA. In his studies at the University of Minnesota, he began his architectural education, and had the opportunity to work as an intern with the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota and lead a regional conference for the AIAS.

After moving to Oregon, Dan continued his studies at the University of Oregon, earning his graduate degree in architecture and studying town form and classic architecture abroad in Italy, Croatia, and Switzerland. In his work, Dan has worked on a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional projects. Working on affordable housing solutions and bringing design to a greater portion of the population are his biggest interests. He has been an active volunteer with Opportunity Village Eugene, Emerald Village Eugene, DoCoMoMo Oregon, and Restore Oregon.

In his work, Dan strives to respond effectively to the context, client needs, and produce a meaningful, efficient, and inspiring creation for even the most challenging of projects.

DAN BRAMSKE

Associate, Architect


Qualifications

Registered Architect in Oregon

Education

University of Oregon, Master of Architecture, 2012

University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2008

Bio

Growing up in Minnesota, spent his summers camping at various state parks, touring historical sites, and playing in the timber and stone buildings built by the CCC and WPA. In his studies at the University of Minnesota, he began his architectural education, and had the opportunity to work as an intern with the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota and lead a regional conference for the AIAS.

After moving to Oregon, Dan continued his studies at the University of Oregon, earning his graduate degree in architecture and studying town form and classic architecture abroad in Italy, Croatia, and Switzerland. In his work, Dan has worked on a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional projects. Working on affordable housing solutions and bringing design to a greater portion of the population are his biggest interests. He has been an active volunteer with Opportunity Village Eugene, Emerald Village Eugene, DoCoMoMo Oregon, and Restore Oregon.

In his work, Dan strives to respond effectively to the context, client needs, and produce a meaningful, efficient, and inspiring creation for even the most challenging of projects.