Chris Bozzelli is a registered Architect living in Durham, North Carolina. He works (and has worked) in a broadly multidisciplinary role with an array of Architecture and Design firms, as well as building lots of things and taking lots of pictures. He also despises talking about himself in the third person. Thank you for visiting.



Freelance / Contract

July 2013 – Present. Drawings, renderings, photography and furniture.



September 2011 – July 2013. Architect, Science and Technology Studio.
Projects, proposals, and interview submissions in government and university work with an emphasis on technology and sustainability. Trained staff in developing presentation graphics.

Key Projects:

156,000 sf, highly sustainable academic new construction. Currently in DD, targeting LEED Platinum.
Site analysis and schematic building planning on 3 potential sites for 200,000 sf of academic program.
Schematic design and fund-raising graphics for a 3,000 sf net-zero visitor center and staff office.


Center Studio Architecture

January 2008 – February 2010. Designer / Intern Architect.
Projects in light commercial, restaurant, adaptive reuse, and residential construction, as well as firm re-branding, portfolio development, and photography.

Key Projects:

700 sf retail upfit in Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
1,400 sf eco-fashion retail upfit with a focus on affordable and environmentally sustainable design.
• 12,000 sf custom residence.


Alliance Architecture

August 2006 – January 2008. Associate Designer.
Projects in high-end office upfits, restaurant, and university work.

Key Projects:

• 26,000 sf adaptive reuse at American Tobacco.
• 60,000 sf upfit in new construction office building.
• University restaurant expansion, patio, and canopy.


North Carolina State University School of Design

B.Arch. May 2011
#1 Class rank
Triangle AIA Merit Scholarship Nominee
Dean’s list

University of Michigan School of Art & Design and Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning

B.S. in Architecture May 2005
University Honors
Dean’s List
William J. Branstrom freshman prize
Design Drawings coordinator, Michigan Solar House



Extensive BIM, CAD, and visualization skills.
Extensive fabrication, furniture, and millwork skills.
Actively support local non-profits and charities.
Collect, trade, and use antique camera lenses.
Time Magazine co-Person of the Year 2006