Rob Zirkle

Exposure to engineering and design technology at a young age paved the way for Payton Narancic to pursue architecture. Payton fell in love with architecture because it stimulates both sides of her brain, capturing both technical and expressive aspects of creativity.

functional, detailed, peculiar.

Payton’s passion for sustainable and resilient architecture stems from progressive trends in Scandinavia and the Pacific Northwest where she has spent time studying their unique approaches to design. This has inspired her to return to school at the University of Oregon in the fall to pursue a MS in mass timber design, to address the effects of embodied energy on the built environment. Meanwhile, at brick, she works on a range of projects, from architectural details to interior renderings.

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