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Upon completing her Bachelor of Architecture degree at the University of Notre Dame in 2000, Aimee received early professional experiences in Houston and New York. Following her exceptionally formative years as an Associate at G.P. Schafer Architect, where she held leadership roles on several award-winning projects, Aimee returned to academia, earning a Master of Design Studies degree from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University in 2005. She subsequently accepted a teaching appointment at the School of Architecture at Notre Dame, where she instructs several courses and leads design studios in addition to her academic enquiry. Having established Buccellato Design, LLC with her partner Kevin Buccellato in 2011, Aimee seeks through her design work to demonstrate an abiding commitment to craft and appropriateness. Aimee has presented her academic research internationally and is a lecturer at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.

Kevin Buccellato, AIA NCARB

Kevin earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame in 2000. Upon moving to Houston following his graduation, Kevin joined the practice of Curtis & Windham Architects, where he cultivated a foundation in exceptional residential design. In New York as an Associate at G. P. Schafer Architect he gained an understanding of the wisdom of the past in building for contemporary life, while learning the business of architecture. Returning to South Bend, he established the Building Arts Concentration at Notre Dame’s School of Architecture, promoting an intense focus on the craft of building. Answering a desire to create and build again professionally, in 2011 Kevin established Buccellato Design, LLC with partner Aimee Buccellato. In tandem with the work of their practice, Kevin has presented his joint academic research on the origins of the Doric order nationally, and his findings were published in 2015 in The Classicist.