Founded in 2006, Aaron Neubert Architects is a design practice committed to orchestrating poetic relationships between landscape, light, and materiality, resulting in beautifully crafted spaces that amplify the human experience and advance stewardship of the natural environment.

Led by Aaron Neubert, FAIA, the practice has produced a diverse portfolio of sustainable, site-specific work that spans museums and institutional facilities, hotels and restaurants, creative offices, private residences, and multi-family housing. The practice’s inventive formal and site resiliency strategies preserve delicate and complex ecologies while improving the wellness of the community.

The practice has been featured in a number of international publications including Architecture, Architect, Interior Design, Metropolis, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, IFJ/India, Objekt International/Netherlands, Maisons & Bois International/France, Domus, Living Magazine/Brazil, and Dwell Magazine. This body of work has been recognized with awards from the Westside Urban Forum, LABC, AIA Los Angeles, AIA San Fernando Valley, AIA New York, NEWH Las Vegas, Global Architecture & Design Awards, and the Van Alen Prize in Public Architecture. The projects have been exhibited and presented at The University of Southern California, Woodbury University, and Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, California, University of Nevada Las Vegas and Clark County Government Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark, Florida Atlantic University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, ARCHMARATHON in Miami Beach, Florida, and The Van Alen Institute in New York City.