STUART JON TRAYNOR, RIBA, Intl. Assoc. AIA
Stuart was born in London and educated throughout the United Kingdom. He is a registered architect in the UK and a Chartered Architect through Membership with the Royal Institute of British Architects. He has undergraduate degrees in construction and architecture from the University of Huddersfield and University of Portsmouth respectively. He has a Masters degree in architecture from the University for the Creative Arts Canterbury and a Professional Practice Certificate from the Architectural Association London.
In 2007 he moved to New York City to work for Davis Brody Bond where he was part of the design team for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center, and as part of the design team he was awarded a Presidential Citation from the American Institute of Architects. While with Davis Brody Bond he was involved in projects in collaboration with Rafael Moneo’s Studio for new science buildings at both Columbia and Princeton Universities, and also Renzo Piano Building Workshop on the Manhattanville Project for Columbia University.
At PHX Architecture, Stuart works closely with both Erik Peterson and Scott Carson on the designs for many residential and commercial projects. His goals at PHX are to continue to push the boundaries of design excellence while exceeding the expectations of the Client.
In the last 5 years at PHX Stuart has designed over 30 custom residential homes, offices (including the PHX office), a restaurant and concepts for a science museum. He is always looking for design challenges.