Aaron Bell

Aaron Bell



A talented and enthusiastic designer, Aaron is a seeker of inventive, contextual solutions. He strives to create inspiring designs for the people who will use them, and he is constantly exploring new materials and technologies.

Aaron has been a key designer on significant corporate projects, including Building A in Pittsburgh’s Bakery Square. This six-story building includes a green wall, a laser-cut custom ceiling, and a pedestrian bridge linking multiple levels. In Philadelphia, Aaron was a key designer on the new offices for biotechnology company Adaptimmune at the Navy Yard, and for the Convene coworking space at Cityview.

Aaron has also built experience in designing and delivering institutional projects. As part of the design team for the Christian Brothers residence at La Salle University, Aaron led the rethinking of massing and materials that resulted in the project meeting the budget and ultimately being built. Aaron has also worked on projects for Temple University and the Camden Riverfront Experiential Education Center.

In addition to his roles as architect and exhibit designer, Aaron is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager for Strada’s Philadelphia office. The task of keeping up with the latest 3D modeling innovations and possibilities is a natural fit for his curiosity and willingness to push the envelope. With a talent for generating ideas and an understanding of how to construct them, Aaron’s design input is highly sought after on projects in all phases.