A Day in the Life of… + Ask Me Anything with Brian Stryzek of Kennerly Architecture & Planning
Whats It Like To Be an Architect?
Throughout a students’ time at school they learn a lot of conceptual and technical skills but very little practical information about what its like to be an Architect.
These sessions allow students to get a glimpse into what the daily life of an Architect on the job looks like. Participants get to know people within our industry and asking what they do – even if it’s not super glamorous its very informative and offers a view into what their lives might look like one day.
The format is simple after a short introduction, its all Question and Answers and conversation about what its like to be an Architect. We ask that all attendees come with a burning question you have for our featured architect this month.
About Brian Stryzek:
Originally from the Chicago area, Brian joined Kennerly Architecture & Planning in 2006. Previously, he was an Associate with Berkeley-based Kava Massih Architects, where he worked on a multi-family, commercial and retail projects.
At Kennerly Architecture & Planning, Brian has continued his passion for design with a concentration on multi-family residential projects. Highlights include the 200 6th Street affordable family housing project, recently honored by the Architectural Foundation of San Francisco with the Kirby Ward Fitzpatrick Award. Brian is a member of the board for the AIA East Bay which aims to improve the quality of the urban environment of East Bay cities and surrounding areas.