Seth Brunner, LEED AP
Seth joined COOKFOX in 2016 and has worked on a range of projects from early concept through construction. At the 42-story, mixed-use Domino Sugar Factory site, Seth focused on the development of the exterior wall, building the BIM model that became the basis for the first commercial large-scale use of 3D printed forms for precast concrete panels. He worked closely with the precast fabricators to coordinate the panel geometry and attachments. Seth has worked on a handful of project proposals, and helped craft the successful proposal for a university museum in New Jersey. Currently, Seth is working on Marymount School of New York, an all-girls K-12 school on the Upper East Side where his is responsible for the exterior wall development and structural coordination, as well as serving as the project’s BIM manager.
Prior to COOKFOX, Seth worked at Architecture Research Office, contributing to the Flea Theater in Tribeca, as well as a proposal to transform Saarinen’s TWA Terminal at JFK. Seth then joined Butler Rogers Baskett focusing on educational and institutional projects. Coincidentally, Seth worked on BRB’s proposal for Marymount school, so having the opportunity to see this project through at COOKFOX is particularly rewarding.
Born in the South to artist parents, Seth is inspired by architecture’s ability to bring beauty and function to a large number of people. He brings this passion for enduring and sustainable work to COOKFOX.
Seth is a LEED AP and a registered architect in New York State.
- University of Texas at Austin. Master of Architecture, 2012
- Texas A&M University. Bachelor of Environmental Design, 2009