Bryan Cook

Director of Detroit Office

As the Director of the Detroit Office, Bryan is instrumental in overseeing business/client development, new market sector initiatives, and talent acquisition. Bryan also works directly with George Berardi and Chris Bruzzese on the firm’s design strategy and operational organization. Bryan also serves as Project Manager and oversees multiple projects while working directly with the client and development team in producing quality design and documents from schematic design through construction administration.

Bryan provides over 10 years of experience in the architecture field has refined his ability to deliver cost effective design solutions. Bryan has experience with working closely with clients that not only had time sensitive, but secretive nationwide projects. He has started to focus on creating a strong relationship between local architects and the community they serve.

He received his Bachelors and Masters of Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan and is a registered architect in the state of Michigan. In addition to his work as an architect, Bryan mentors high school students and young professionals about the architecture field and guides them toward NCARB certification.

Outside of his work commitments, Bryan spends time volunteering both in the community and working closely with architecture students as a mentor. Bryan is the co-founder of NOMA-Detroit’s Project Pipeline Architecture Mentorship program. Which targets high school students in a free architecture camp to expose students to the architecture profession. The program also follows up with students to provide support to students that want to continue to become architect.

  • 2011 Masters of Architecture, Lawrence Technological University
  • 2006 Bachelors of Science, Architecture, Lawrence Technological University
  • Registered Architect — Michigan
Professional Affiliations
  • AIA
  • NOMA