Bryan Bastian comes from a long line of builders, most recently his father, a craftsman of custom homes whose inspiring love for the work and the relationships it creates encouraged him to take up the hammer himself as a young man. For thirty years since, from carpenter to superintendent to project manager, he’s been compelled by the challenge and honor of making great places with good people.
Through decades fulfilling the promise of fine architecture in Seattle, Hawaii and San Francisco, Bryan’s constant focus has been earning the trust and respect of owners, designers and fellows in the field.
The importance of a home in elevating the daily life of a family resonates personally with Bryan as he rebuilds the 1926 Berkeley bungalow he shares with his wife and daughter. Ever conscious of the purpose he serves, he’s dedicated to ensuring the experience of construction anticipates the comfort of its result.