A 1996 graduate with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Minnesota, Bryan Meyer has worked in Minneapolis architectural firms SALA and YA Architecture before joining M.A. Archtiecture in March, 2004. More recently, Bryan has become a co-founder of Hive Modular.

Experienced in high quality residential design, Bryan's interest lies in exploring a transitional contemporary influence within traditional domestic architecture. He has completed a variety of projects throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin including renovations of houses by distinguished Minnesota architects, Edwin Lundie and Clarence Johnson.

Bryan was project lead on the Windsong Farms Golf Club which received a 2005 AIA Minnesota Honor Award. His work has appeared in Architecture Minnesota, Renovation Style, Midwest Home and Garden as well as Twin Cities newspapers and the book Cabin by Dale Mulfinger and Susan E. Davis. Bryan and his architect-wife Anne Ryan spend their free time investigating design ideas through the construction of small buildings at their cabin in northern Minnesota.


- LEED accreditation - 2010
- University of Minnesota, B.A. Architecture - 1996

Work Experience:
- Hive Modular - partner (2004-present)
- M.A. Architecture (2004-present)
- Yunker/Asmus Architecture (2002-2004)
- SALA Architecture


Architecture Minnesota
   "Rural Rapport", March/April 2006
MN AIA Honor Award
   Windsong Farms Golf Club
   (while at YA Architecture) 2005

Architecture Minnesota
   "Foldaway Retreat"
   May/June 2004

"The Cabin"
   Dale Mulfinger and Susan E Davis, 2003


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