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REESE Atelier | IGNITE, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a multi-disciplined architectural firm, specializing in modern shelters, urban infill and adaptive re-use projects for individual and public clients. We implement resilient design concepts through a passionate design rigor and an innate ability to bui… Read More
REESE Atelier | IGNITE, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a multi-disciplined architectural firm, specializing in modern shelters, urban infill and adaptive re-use projects for individual and public clients. We implement resilient design concepts through a passionate design rigor and an innate ability to build long-term relationships. We choose clients over projects and strive to benefit the village-at-large through fiduciary responsibility and personal connection.

John Reese, AIA, is Principal-in-Charge at REESE Atelier | IGNITE. He received his Masters of Architecture from Oklahoma State University and is LEED certified. His design career spans 25 years and his work has been honored with several AIA Design Awards in addition to the First Place Jury Award for the inaugural George Matsamoto Prize in 2012.

John has worked with the most respected firms in North Carolina’s Triangle region including, Weinstein Friedlein Architects in Carrboro; Duda/Paine Architects in Durham, where he transitioned from Design Team Leader to Director of Business Development; and Clearscapes, PA, Raleigh where he was a Senior Design Team Leader/Project Architect and helped build the firm’s reputation for award-winning architecture, historic redevelopment and urbanism.

John completed his professional internship working with top-level design firms Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, New York and Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Associates, New Haven, Connecticut. He has held full-time academic positions with two major universities; the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Fine and Applied Arts, and Oklahoma State University, School of Architecture He continues to serve as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Visiting Critic for the College of Design at North Carolina State University. Read Less
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