Vince Pan AIA, BSA, LEED AP
Prior to founding Analogue Studio, Vince designed award-winning domestic and international performing arts, research, academic, healthcare, residential, commercial, and exhibit projects at Constellation Center, Payette, Signer Harris Architects, and The Moderns. This diversity of professional experience forms the basis of Analogue Studio’s mission to examine the ecosystem of each project and craft integrated solutions that resonate.
In addition to professional practice, Vince has also taught several Master’s Degree design studios and served as a thesis advisor at the Boston Architectural College, and has served as a design critic at the Boston Architectural College, SUNY Buffalo, and University of Florida. Vince is a graduate of the University of Florida and Princeton University, and recipient of the Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship and the Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill Foundation Traveling Fellowship.
Brendan joined Analogue Studio in the fall of 2011, and brings a perfect complement of exceptional architectural, graphic and exhibit design talents to bear on our wide range of design projects. Prior to joining Analogue Studio, Brendan spent almost a decade with Signer Harris Architects (now Perkins + Will) serving primarily institutional and commercial life sciences clients such as; Genzyme, Broad Institute, Whitehead Institute, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Draper Labs, Shire Pharmaceuticals, and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.