Brian Felder founded Felder & Associates, LLC in 2012 and is the Principal Architect of the firm. He is known for applying classical rules, order, and materials to contemporary buildings in innovative ways. His imaginative designs cover an extensive array of projects, from corporate and medical facilities to churches and high-end residential designs. His residential projects include both new customer and speculative houses. He specializes in the revitalization of older homes whose design has become dated.
Some of Brian’s accomplishments include designing the Savannah Toyota 2015 Vision Upgrades, the Seacrest Partners Office Rehabilitation, and the Titlemax Headquarters. He has also worked with several local organizations, including Goodwill Industries of the Coastal Empire, United Community Bank, Hancock Askew, and Oliver Manor.
From 2007 to 2012, Brian Felder was the founding Principal of Greenline Architecture, PC in Savannah. Before that position, he was the founding Principal at Poticny Deering Felder, PC for 9 years.
Brian earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1991. Formerly, Brian was the secretary for the Savannah Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and served the Chatham County Zoning Board of Appeals. He is currently a member of the US Green Building Council and serves on the Board of Trustees for the Historic Savannah Foundation since 2009. He is LEED accredited by the US Green Building Council.
Brian’s top architectural skills include comprehensive planning, space planning, design research, sustainable green design, residential design, interior architecture, and building information modeling (BIM).