Matt Davis is currently the principal/owner of DAVISURBAN architectural studio, a boutique design firm known for innovative urban infill projects, which he founded in 2011. Matt’s firm has received numerous design awards and is consistently recognized for quality design work in Denver’s urban core.
Matt has designed and developed a variety of infill projects, including several modern urban homes in Northwest Denver neighborhoods. These infill homes have been very successful ventures and are often featured on home tours in the community.
Prior to DAVISURBAN, Matt was a founding partner of Davis George Architects in 2003, which soon thereafter became Bothwell Davis George Architects. During his ten years with the small design-oriented firm, he led several notable projects, including Armstrong Oil and Gas Headquarters, which won a national AIA Honor Award for Design. This and other innovative projects led Bothwell Davis George to be featured in a 2009 Rocky Mountain News article highlighting Denver’s best design firms.
Matt got his start in Denver working for Tryba Architects where he led teams on a number of successful projects, including the redevelopment of the Cherry Creek North Sears’ site, featuring Janus Funds and JW Marriott.
Matt received a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Ball State University in 1994. Matt has been a licensed architect in the state of Colorado since 2000.
When Matt is not making an impact on the architectural community, he is a father to two beautiful girls. He looks forward to developing more innovative projects in the growing Denver Community.