Brent Mather, AIA, LEED AP
Design Director, Principal
As the Design Principal and Aviation Practice Area Leader for Gensler’s Denver office, Brent inspires teams to pursue design excellence and consider all possibilities while exceeding client expectations. He is passionate about the future of mobility and its impact on our cities, and has spoken publicly about the topic. With over 27 years of experience, Brent has been recognized for his innovative vision and leadership. His projects have been published widely, including Dezeen and ArchDaily, and his accolades include one of the architecture industry’s highest honors: the 2014 AIA National Institute Honor Award for the design of Jackson Hole Airport. Most recently, the Eagle County Regional Airport has been recognized by the AIA Colorado Chapter with the 2020 Award of Distinction. Brent is active in ULI Colorado and the AIA Colorado Chapter. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.