Bryan Burke

Bryan is a licensed architect, registered in the states of New York and Vermont, with over thirty years of active independent practice experience, requiring design, technical and practice management expertise. His professional practice includes architecture, urban design institutional planning and construction administration and management, for the development of cultural and educational institutions, community and rural economic enterprise and private homes. His work includes completed buildings across North America and embraces the challenge of building with scarce financial resources, amidst demanding environmental conditions and fragile eco-systems, often remote from contemporary construction skills and sources of building technology.

In addition to professional practice Mr. Burke is actively engaged in teaching and research in building design and technology. His academic activities include design studios, lecture courses and seminars in building systems and technology, study abroad programs in sustainable building practices, leading community design charettes and directing symposia and lecture programs.

Bryan is a native of the Lake Champlain Basin, spending his childhood and adolescence living in 19th century villages, and exploring the rivers, lakes, forests and hill farms of the North Country. He was appointed to the United States Naval Academy by Vermont Senator George D. Aiken and subsequently served in the United States Submarine Service: an intensive education in the science, design, construction and operation of innovative and experimental environmental technology and life support systems. Following these years of study and life at sea, he completed Master of Architecture (MArch) degree requirements at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

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Beverly Eichenlaub

Beverly holds a professional Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati and a post-professional Master of Architecture degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has over 20 years professional experience at award-winning architectural firms in Oregon, Maryland, Ohio, Vermont and New York. She has designed and/or managed numerous architectural, interior design and experiential graphic design projects of various types and scales throughout the United States. Project types include: Residential (Single Family and Multifamily), Educational, Institutional, Cultural, Hospitality (Hotel +Spa), Retail, Restaurant and Mixed-Use.

Notable career accomplishments:  While at BOORA Architects, Beverly was a core team member for the design and construction of NIKETOWN New York - a 75,000 sf retail flagship located in the 5th Avenue shopping district of Manhattan. In her capacity as staff architect at Mayer/Reed, Beverly designed and managed the interpretive Eastbank Markers - a permanent experiential graphics feature of the award winning Eastbank Esplanade in Portland, Oregon. Beverly represented Rockwell Group as the Associate-in-Charge involved with all phases of work - concept design through construction administration - for the Canyon Ranch Spa and Resort in Miami Beach, an oceanfront flagship resort development of nearly one million square feet, comprised of condominiums, hotel, restaurant, spa and fitness center. As a compliment to her professional experience, Beverly has taught architecture, urban design and interior design studios at Norwich University in Vermont and Lawrence Technological University in Michigan. At the culmination of her graduate studies at Cranbrook, she was nominated as a finalist for the Mercedes-Benz Emerging Artist Award.




Building Design
Xu Xi House; Beekmantown, NY
Au Sable River Tree House; Jay, New York
Spring Glenn Residence; Spring Glenn, New York
Dannemora Combined Services Building; Dannemora, New York
Kate Mountain Community Center; Vermontville, New York
Vermontville Vehicle Maintanence Facility; Vermontville, New York
Mountain Lake Services Vehicle Maintanence Facility; Port Henry, New York
Canal Street Lofts; Winooski, Vermont
Tart House Residence; Essex, New York
Catskill Bungalos; Ulster County, New York
Reithel-Bigelow Residence; Wilsboro, New York
Northern Lights, Residence; Lake Placid, New York
Merriam-Forge, Residence; Westport, New York
The Holter Museum of Art; Helena, Montana
Museum at Warm Springs, Oregon
Xa-tyem Longhouse Cultural Center; Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Morrow County History Center; Heppner Oregon
Founders-Hoehl Center, Saint Michael’s College; Colchester, Vermont *
Mount Hood Academy; Government Camp, Oregon
South Valley Ranch; San Jose, California
Mount Hood Community Learning Center; Troutdale, Oregon
Southwest Learning Center; San Diego, California
Bear Creek Learning Center; Denver, Colorado
Lincoln County Children’s Advocacy Center; Newport, Oregon
Eliot Homes Developmentally Disabled Housing; Portland, Oregon
Engineering and Computer Science Building; Seattle University, Seattle Washington *
Portland Center for the Performing Arts; Portland, Oregon *
Sweetbriar Elementary School; Troutdale, Oregon *
U.S. Veterans Administration Nursing Home; Vancouver, Washington *
Calvert Marine Museum; Calvert County, Maryland *
Helen Day Art Center and Museum; Stowe, Vermont *
SeaFirst Financial Center; Vancouver, Washington *
Municipal Parking Facility; Burlington, Vermont *
Microsoft Campus Parking Structures; Redmond, Washington **
Life Sciences Expansion, University of California; Davis, California **
Environmental + Molecular Sciences Laboratories, USDOE; Hannaford, Washington **
Thirteenth Avenue Residences; Portland, Oregon **
Portland State University Elementary School + Housing; Portland, Oregon **

Strategic Plans, Feasibility Studies, Master Plans + Urban Design
Crystal Lake Human Nature Preserve; Pontiac, Michigan
Tahawus Lodge Community Center; AuSable Forks, New York
Van Ornam Art Center; Essex, New York
Kate Mountain Park Masterplan; Vermontville, New York
The Exploratorium; San Francisco, California *
Vergennes Waterworks; Vergennes, Vermont *
Pacific Learning Centers; San Jose and San Diego, California, Denver Colorado
Civic Center; South Burlington, Vermont *
Hatzic Rock Archaeological Interpretive Center; Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Mission San Luis Rey; Oceanside, California
Community Vision; Gresham Oregon
Mount Hood Learning Center; Troutdale, Oregon
Quileute Cultural Center and Museum; La Push, Washington
Thundering Seas Fine Craft Museum and School; Newport, Oregon
Schenectady Museum; Schenectady New York *
Linfield College; McMinneville, Oregon *
Saint Michael’s College; Colchester, Vermont *
Seattle University; Seattle Washington *
Church Street Pedestrian Mall; Burlington, Vermont *
Eastbank Neighborhood Links Study; Portland, Oregon **
Eastbank Riverbank Park Interpretive + Public Art Masterplan; Portland, Oregon **
West Side Lightrail Expansion; Portland, Oregon **

Interior Architecture
Champlain College Dining Facilities; Burlington, Vermont **
Virgin Spa + Resort; Peapack Gladstone, New Jersey **
Canyon Ranch Living Spa + Resort; Miami Beach, Florida **
Cafe Gray, Restaurant; New York, New York **
Crayola Works; Retail + Creativity Studio, Baltimore, Maryland **
Naples, Restaurant; Jamaica, New York **
DeLancy’s, Restaurant; Jamaica, New York **
Bar Avion; Jamaica, New York **
Ground Zero Artist Collective; Essex, New York
Hoyt Street Condo Renovation; Portland, Oregon
NIKETOWN Sydney; Sydney, Australia **
NIKETOWN New York; New York, New York **
NIKETOWN Las Vegas; Las Vegas, Nevada **
Supertots Daycare Center; Washington, District of Columbia **
US Postal Service; Washington, District of Columbia **

Exhibit Design + Curation
Kate Mountain Park Masterplan - Planning for Your Future; Vermontville, New York
Going Places - Bryan Burke Architect, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont;
Burlington, Vermont
The Oregon Country, The Willamette Valley, Portland, Permanent Exhibits, Oregon Historical Society; Portland, Oregon
The Farmers Story Exhibit, Morrow County History Center; Heppner, Oregon
Center for the Reproduction of Endangered Wildlife, Cincinnati Zoo; Cincinnati, Ohio **

Installations + Experiential Graphic Design
Gazebo 10 01; Essex, New York
Platform; Pontiac, Michigan
Ben + Jerry’s Factory Public Entry, Ben + Jerry’s “U”; Waterbury, Vermont **
Minute Maid Squeeze Play at Enron Feild; Houston, Texas **
Discover Mills, Retail Mall Environment; Atlanta, Georgia **
Eastbank Esplanade Urban Markers; Portland, Oregon **
Old Mill District; Bend, Oregon **
Pacific Lutheran University; Tacoma, Washington **
Linfield College Entry Portals, McMinville, Oregon *

* Mr. Burke, with Alexander + Truex / Truex Cullins, Cambridge Seven, BOORA Architects
** Mrs. Eichenlaub, with RockwellGroup, Mayer/Reed, BOORA Architects, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, William Wilson, Jean Cecil Gilliam, Fourth Street Design Studio, Christine Burdick Design