Brandon Schultz enjoys breaking down complicated project challenges to create design solutions that are simple yet sophisticated, and cost-effective while yielding high-value to his clients. His expertise in a wide variety of housing types, ranging from the renovation of single-family homes, scattered site rehabilitation, adaptive reuse housing conversions, new construction row home and mid-rise developments, and tenant-in-place rehabilitation projects of all sizes, allows him to shift between different scales of housing seamlessly while keeping the client’s goals in mind.
Brandon has completed many award-winning residential projects, including communities involving complex adaptive reuse and preservation requirements. He has supported numerous non-profit housing organizations with his work, and has been active in the Neighborhood Design Center, Baltimore Heritage, and the Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition.
“I take pride in knowing that we are creating safe, inviting, sustainable, and functional housing for all residents. Renovating existing housing complexes where the residents return to their homes is particularly satisfying.”
- University of Oregon, Master of Architecture, 2002 Master of Science in Historic Preservation, 2002
- University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, 1998
- American Institute of Architects
- Baltimore Heritage
- Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition
- Mayor’s Safe Artist Space Task Force
- Neighborhood Design Center