Bryan Apito AIA

Bryan Apito AIA

Travel forever changes your perceptions of place, people, and the world. I believe an ever-evolving world-view is paramount to maintaining creativity and a critical mind. My career as an Architect has been positively influenced by my passion for being an inquisitive traveler, active photographer, and artist. Considered observations of new places constantly evolve my understanding of how people use architecture and how nature creates new environments—all of which inspires me to design with a responsible and ethical ethos.

Project Architect

Bryan joined Flavin Architects after working for five years in Washington, DC, where he became a Registered Architect, designing custom homes and buildings from their initial concept through developing full construction drawings. Prior to working in DC, he worked at an architecture firm in Boston, 3D modeling and rendering urban designs for international projects.


Bryan received his Masters of Architecture degree from the Roger Williams University (RWU) School of Art, Architecture, and Historic Preservation in Bristol, Rhode Island. He also received a BS in Architecture from RWU with minors in both Sustainability Studies and Architectural History.


Bryan learned to design through the craft of drafting and continues to promote the use of hand drawing in the design process. Furthermore, he enjoys mentoring architecture interns and often teaches workshops for computer modeling in 3D. Bryan is also an experienced photographer; telling stories with photography and creating art from scenes of nature and cities. His work has been published and exhibited in art galleries.