Matt Wegener, AIA, LEED AP

Architect / Senior Associate
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Matt Wegener, AIA, LEED AP

Architect / Senior Associate

Matt is a project architect and designer for a variety of new construction and renovation projects, including education, office workspace, retail, religious, and art centers. He has worked hard to build diverse knowledge of architectural design, incorporating a multitude of facets, including material composition, spatial progression, engineering integration and sustainable design practices. Inspired by listening to the ideas of the client, Matt’s passion is to expose the building user to the opportunities that come with great design — that even the most ordinary places or details can become extraordinary.

Matt graduated from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 2002 with a master of architecture. Thereafter, he joined BVH as an intern and collaborated with clients and design teams on projects with diverse scales, program goals, project constraints and design opportunities. As an active participant, he is engaged in the collaborative process from project inception and programming through building construction.

In addition to architectural design, Matt is inspired by diverse forms of music, art and movies and the voice and vision of the artist. He also serves on the Joslyn Castle Trust Board of Directors and supports local dog rescues and music organizations.

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Barcelona, Spain.

How do you engage your community?
I currently serve on the Joslyn Castle Trust Board of Directors. I also enjoy supporting local dog rescues and music organizations.

What is your area of interest or research?
My research involves the design of K-12 school environments that support project-based,  differentiated learning and helping teachers to maximize authentic learning opportunities for their students.

What inspires you?
I am inspired by people who want to create meaningful experiences, people who ask why, and people who challenge my perspective and make me think in different ways.