Alan Bruton, ncarb, ncidq, has joined the University of Houston’s Gerald D. Hines School of Architecture and Design as Director of Interior Architecture

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Alan Bruton, NCARB, NCIDQ, has joined the University of Houston’s Gerald D. 

Hines School of Architecture and Design as Director of Interior Architecture. 

Prior to joining the University of Houston, Alan taught full-time in the School of Constructed 

Environments at Parsons School of Design at The New School in New York. Alan is principal of 

Alan Bruton Studio, an interdisciplinary design studio founded in 2000 after more than a decade 

of working with architects, exhibition and interior designers, curators and artists on a wide range 

of projects.

As an associate with the Architecture Research Office, he won several awards as the Project 

Architect for the Times Square Armed Forces Recruiting Station. He has contributed to projects 

for  photographer Larry Clark, Gianni Versace, the Catholic Church, the Dalai Lama and Prada. 

Direct commissions have included exhibition designs for the International Center of Photography

Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Venice Architecture Biennale. His work has been 

exhibited at the Generali Foundation in Vienna, Gandi Galerie in the Slovak Republic, SouYun Yi 

Gallery and Gallery B in New York.


With his Masters in Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and a Bachelor of Environmental 

Design from Texas A&M University, Alan’s practice and research critically explore relationships 

between material, procedural, formal, spatial, economic and sociocultural issues, in ongoing 

dialog with practitioners of diverse modes of cultural research and production. 

Alan Bruton can be contacted at: 

*Designs by Alan Bruton

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