Patrick Bayer

  • Senior Architect
  • Kansas City

Patrick is an architectural designer who specializes in design innovation and futurism. As an integral member of the firm’s studio, he works with all parts of the practice and has impacted more than 30 projects ranging from airport advance planning to ballparks and arenas. Patrick has worked on numerous ballpark master plans – including the San Diego Padres’ award-winning Petco Park – to drive revenue and adapt the venues for the changing demographic of baseball fans. He also works closely with Populous Activate, the firm’s brand activation group, where he collaborates with graphic, industrial and interior designers to create powerful environments.

With previous international experience in museum design in Paris, Patrick brings an architectural rigor to each project that carries from concept to construction. He serves as the associate director of the Kansas City chapter of the American Institute of Architects and is an assistant instructor at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning.

Patrick is an architectural designer who specializes in design innovation and futurism. As an integral member of the firm’s studio, he works with all parts of the practice and has impacted more than 30 projects ranging from airport advance planning to ballparks and arenas. Patrick has worked on numerous ballpark master plans – including the San Diego Padres’ award-winning Petco Park – to drive revenue and adapt the venues for the changing demographic of baseball fans. He also works closely with Populous Activate, the firm’s brand activation group, where he collaborates with graphic, industrial and interior designers to create Read More »

Work

SunTrust Park

  • Atlanta
  • 2017