Aux office, inc

Founded 2008

AUX Architecture is an award-winning Los Angeles studio, led by Brian Wickersham, with international reach specializing in high-end residential, mixed-use, multifamily, and performance space projects. AUX, pronounced Ox, is rooted in Latin (auxiliarius: to aid) and connotes the port on your devices that runs the newest and future gadgets. These multiple definitions offer a sense of partnered utility. AUX is dedicated to the thorough investigation of functionality, spatial qualities, and materiality in the built environment. Founded in 2008, the firm’s current projects include two performing arts centers, an art gallery, an award-winning multi-family townhouse and numerous high-end residential projects. Studio Leadership: Brian Wickersham, (A to Z): Matthew Aulicino, Leon Cheng, Megan Graham, Sabina Lira, Ricardo Moura, Dana Nichols, Elizabeth Pritchett; Design Team (A to Z): Louie Bofill, John Chang, Titus Dimson, Chris Driscoll, Kristine Giron, Robert Kang, Kody Kellogg, Ivan Laguna, Juan Lau, Sean McCusker, Matthew McFetrick, Burcin Nalinci, Taylor Nunes, Liu Qiao, Taylor Sanderson, Andrew So, Kevin Wells



aia, ncarb, leed ap

Brian Wickersham is a progressive, forward thinking architect. He leads AUX Architecture, a Los Angeles design studio committed to the thorough investigation of functionality, spatial qualities and materiality in the built environment. Since 2008, the firm has produced a range of award-winning works that include residential, mixed-use, multifamily, hospitality, education and arts and performance projects. Current projects include two performing arts centers, an award-winning townhouse and numerous high-end residences. Wickersham is a process-oriented architect whose work relies on intuition, pragmatism, serendipity, research and collaboration. Prior to AUX, he worked in the offices of Daly Genik Architects, Frank Gehry and Graft. Over the last 20 years, he has guest lectured and served on juries at institutions throughout California including SciArc, USC, Woodbury, ELAC and Cal State Long Beach. He is a licensed architect in California, NCARB certified and LEED accredited.