Ned Kirschbaum is currently the principal & technical director of Fentress Architects, Denver, USA. It is one of the biggest architectural practices in Western United State. Founded by Curtis Fentress and James H Bradburn in 1980, it is a dynamic learning organization, driven to grow our ability to design, innovate and exceed client expectations.
Fentress Architects has designed $30 billion of architectural projects worldwide, visited by 450 million people each year. Fentress Architects’ design studios are in Denver, Colorado; Washington, D.C.; San Francisco, California; Los Angeles, California; San Jose, California; Shanghai, China, London and U.K.
Ned is a passionate architect with strong inclination towards detailing of complex buildings, like Airports, Cenvention Center, and Civic Buildings etc. Ned was involved in the design & execution of Dubai Towers, Denver Convention Center, and Clark County Government Center etc.
Ned is an avid traveler with keen interest of mountain biking.