Brant has over 18 years experience in the architectural and construction industry. Brant has been the owner and principal architect at Studio Fetter Architecture for a number of years, specializing in sustainable deign for residential, commercial, educational, and mixed use projects, and as Brant’s positive and collegial management style fosters highly productive teamwork with everyone from clients to contractors – and he credits much of his success to the valuable contributions of the sterling professionals with whom he has collaborated.
Brant has worked on a variety of architectural projects including IMAX theaters, hotels (150~200 rooms), assisted living facilities (50-100 beds), mixed-use projects, large shell (and tenant improvement) historic renovation, grade schools, cellular tower installations, and a large heliport at the Grand Canyon.
Brant is an expert on the principles of energy-efficient design as they relate to compliance with California’s Title 24 energy code, as well as programs such as the California Solar Initiative. Incorporating his practical experience with structural systems and energy efficiency early in a project helps to greatly streamline the design process.
Brant is a certified Green Building Professional, and is the former chair of, and a current member of, the City of Richmond California Design Review Board. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Bachelor of Art in Architecture, University of Washington, 1999
Architectural Master's Program, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Licensed Architect, California, No. C35010
California Green Building Professional
LEED® Accredited Professional
Interactive Resources, 2016
Studio Fetter Architecture, 2011-Present Wagstaff Architects, 2004-2011
College of Architecture & Urban Planning, University of Washington, 1997-1999
Fraley/Stricker Architects LLC, 1994-1997
As a project architect, Brant Fetter participated in the following projects previous to working at Interactive Resources: