Brian Peterson AIA, LEED-AP, CNU-A, Adjunct Professor

Bio
Brian Peterson has over 20 years of experience as a firm principal, project manager and senior designer for planning, urban redevelopment, infrastructure renewal and architectural design projects. Much of Mr. Peterson's work occurs at the interface between architecture, planning and landscape architecture. He brings extensive involvement in all aspects of project conceptualization and implementation including public presentations and workshops. Mr. Peterson's work has won numerous local, state and national awards. In addition to serving as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture for urban design and building design studios at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Mr. Peterson has also taught urban and open space design in the Department of Landscape Architecture at UW-Madison.

Education
MARCH, UWM-SARUP 1989
BS-Architecture UWM-SARUP 1985

Research Focus

Courses
ARCH 645, ARCH 845, UP 858, UP 992

Selected Work
Waisman Center Addition and Remodeling, UW-Madison
MacArthur Square Redevelopment Plan, Milwaukee WI
Camp Randall Stadium “Badger Way” Campus Promenade and Plaza, UW-Madison
Shenzhen City Center Competition, Shenzhen China
University of Colorado Health Science Center: New Campus, Denver CO
Corporate Campus Gardens, EPIC Systems, Verona WI

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