Frank Visconti, AIA, LEED AP

Project Architect

Frank recently joined Rowell Brokaw as a Project Architect. He has broad experience in architectural design, interior design, furniture design, and construction administration. Frank has worked at several firms in New York City including Gwathmey Siegel and Peter Marino Architect. He has had integral roles on projects ranging from a new 2.5 million sf campus in Singapore to unique residential projects published in Architectural Digest. While in New York, he started an award-winning boutique practice. Frank’s 26 year background in all phases of design include a synthesis of architectural and interior design. He has worked with complex materials, artisans and high-tech systems on a broad range of projects in New York, Florida, Connecticut, Los Angeles and Aspen, Colorado.

Since joining Rowell Brokaw, Frank has worked on the Eureka Veterans and Homeless Housing Project in Eureka, California; Amazon Corner and the Market District Townhomes in Eugene; and the Roseburg Forest Products Headquarters in Springfield. He is currently leading the construction administration as the Project Architect of the The South Hills House and helping with the detailing of Tykeson Hall at the University of Oregon.

Born in New York City, Frank moved with his family to Eugene. He graduated Cum Laude from Syracuse University School of Architecture, which included studies in Florence, Italy. He won the AIA Henry Adams Medal and Luther Gifford Prize for graduating top in his class and received a Florida AIA design award while still a student. He is currently the president of the American Institute of Architects – SW Oregon Chapter. 

Frank loves to travel. He has explored Europe, South America, the Middle East and Asia, and he speaks fluent Spanish and Italian.