Bray Architecture is a mid-size firm led by Jim Bray, located in Boulder, Colorado. Built on the principles of craft and service, Bray Architecture has designed and coordinated projects both locally in the Boulder/Denver metro area, and nationally, to fulfill clients’ objectives with passion, vision, creativity and thoughtful service.
Founded in 2005, Bray Architecture is recognized for providing innovative, practicality, and value to new and repeat clients who appreciate quality architecture and a commitment to getting the project accomplished in a timely manner, all while realizing their vision. Bray Architecture has been instrumental in shaping the Boulder environment with projects located at 901 Pearl, the Village Shopping Center, and many downtown restaurants. Jim Bray was the project architect for the University of Colorado’s first LEED Gold project (the Atlas Center) completed in 2006, and continues a practice of responsible ecological design. In addition, Jim and his team of design professionals, have been responsible for the design and architecture of hundreds of restaurants nationally, showcasing a variety of proven design solutions.
We bring a wealth of experience in commercial, retail, restaurants, and mixed-use projects to our clients every day and we look forward to helping you realize your architectural aspirations.