David A. Crutchfield AIA, NCARB
With over thirty years of architectural experience, David's approach to the design process can be described as: collaborative, integrated, and meaningful. He has contributed to a diverse range of projects throughout the United States and Europe with typologies including: residential, retail, commercial, professional/office, medical, entertainment, educational, library, and liturgical/worship.
He is currently an Associate Professor of Architecture at North Dakota State University where he conducts lectures, seminars, and design studios relating to sustainable design. His research includes hermeneutic analysis of the culture/nature relation and its implications in architecture.
M.Arch 2004 The University of Texas at Austin - Sustainable Design Program (post-professional)
B.Arch 1992 Kansas State University (professional program)
AAS 1983 Southeast Community College, Milford, Nebraska
Currently Licensed to Practiice Architecture In:
North Dakota #2521
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards:, #58,060
Biome [ ˈbīˌōm ] noun: A large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat.
- Oxford University Dictionary
Launched in 2015, 'Biome Architecture, PLLC' is a boutique architecture, design and strategic planning firm. Areas of specialized consulting and services include; sustainable/resiliant design, climate responsive design, low-impact and high-performance environmental control systems, architectural systems integration, socio-cultural design and development, and facilitating participatory design processes. Select projects are accepted based upon scale, complexity, and/or availability.
Contract Staff and Consultants
Additional staff are contracted locally depending upon the project and availability.