Anderson Brulé Architects has been recognized with the prestigious AIASCV Firm Award at the 2016 Design Awards Program, hosted October 13, 2016 by the AIA Santa Clara Valley Chapter. Given biennially, the Firm Award honors an organization that has consistently produced distinguished architectural design for at least 20 years and has contributed to the advancement of the profession. In addition, the award honors a firm that promotes continual collaboration among individuals, produces work which transcends a specific area of expertise, has a record of community service, and develops a culture which educates and mentors the next generation of architects.
Since its inception in 1984, Anderson Brulé Architects has focused on creating thoughtfully-designed architecture, interior design, master planning, and strategic planning solutions for Community, Education, Health & Wellness, and Residential clients. Led by Pamela Anderson-Brulé, FAIA, with Principals David O'Brien, Lee Salin, AIA and legacy partner Pierre Brulé, IIDA, the firm prides itself on leading process planning thought-leadership and is committed to assisting clients to improve their own culture, environment, operation, function and organization through the realization of their organizational needs in architectural spaces.
At ABA, the firm believes that as architects, we should “Do Good, Exceptionally Well, by Design.”
Based in the vibrant South First District in Downtown San José, ABA employs 25 professionals -- architects, interior designers, planners, and administrative specialists – who all contribute to the firm’s strong internal culture of collaboration, mentorship, and service.
Notable ABA projects include the Mathematics & Science Center at Santa Catalina School; several San Jose Public Libraries including the Educational Park, Cambrian and Pearl Branches; the Redwood Shores Branch Library; and Notre Dame High School’s Manley Hall.
More information about the AIA Santa Clara Valley Chapter Design Awards program can be found here: