Aaron Neubert is a brilliant young architect living in Silver Lake. Recognized with Merit Awards from the American Institute of Architects (Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley chapters), Aaron’s work explores the complex relationship between architecture, landscape and urban systems, stemming from the diverse experiences of his youth in the beaches and swamps of south Florida, and later, from the urban environments of New York City and Los Angeles.
Born in West Palm Beach, FL, Aaron received a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in 1997. He holds a Bachelor of Design Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Florida where he studied art and architecture. In 1994, he traveled abroad and pursued studies at the Vicenza Institute of Architecture, Vicenza, Italy.
Prior to establishing his architectural practice in Los Angeles in 2000, Aaron served as lead designer and project architect for various New York City offices. He was extensively involved in the renovation and addition to the Asia Society Museum on Park Avenue, the Edison School’s Ed-Labs Project and numerous recognized residential projects in New York, Connecticut, Arizona and Virginia. Besides the AIA recognitions, Aaron is the recipient of the Van Alen Prize in Public Architecture. His independent and collaborative designs have been featured in numerous publications including Architecture, the Los Angeles Times, Dwell, Art in America, Architectural Design, Desert Living, Concept, Arhitext, the Art Newspaper, and the monographs Digital Architecture and All-American. He has served as a design instructor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, the Southern California Institute of Architecture, Otis School of Design, Woodbury University, and Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design.