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Aidan Crossey

Junior Designer

B.Arch | Kent State University

M.Arch | University of Michigan

Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Aidan's interest in architecture was shaped by his early involvement in the ACE (Architecture Construction and Engineering) club during high school. This exposed him to the AEC industry, sparking a passion for potential career paths.

In 2019, Aidan secured the Kent State CAED Traveling Fellowship. He researched Barcelona’s tactical urbanism efforts, specifically the "Superblocks" or Superillas, addressing environmental degradation and pollution in the urban fabric. Throughout the years, he has been actively volunteering with ACE, Meals on Wheels, and Presidio Bay Ventures’ Real Estate Development scholarship program. Before joining our team, Aidan gained valuable experience at Handel Architects in San Francisco, Dangerous Architects in Chelsea, Michigan, and interned at MCF Architecture in Pittsburgh. His expertise lies in materiality, detailing, and site-sensitive design, making him a valuable addition to the Butler Armsden Architects team.

His favorite aspect of design is collaborative teamwork, appreciating diverse perspectives to work through iterations leading to optimal design solutions, as well as referring to architecture as the privilege of shaping spaces where people experience the full range of human life.

Outside of work, Aidan finds joy in trail running along the coast, camping, film photography, and spending time in the mountains.