Brant Tate is a member of the Research Centre for Architecture | Theory | Criticism |History (ATCH), and has commenced PhD research in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland. His research focuses on architectural phenomenology and the evidence of temporality, seeking to clarify experiences of meaning through material transformations such as distortion, relocation, accretion, reduction, and decay.
Brant has over twenty year’s commercial experience across three continents, spanning a wide range of project scales and typologies. He has worked with notable firms such as RNL Design, Ant Design Studio, and pdt. Architects prior to his recent role as Senior Architect and Project Manager at Denver International Airport.
Project Time capsules: Unpacking temporal influence in museum and memorial design