Timothy A. Bass, AIA, LEED AP

Timothy Bass is the Principal Architect and founding owner of Bass Studio Architects.

Tim has received numerous awards for design, and is an active supporter and board memeber of the Columbus Landmarks Foundation.

M.Arch: The Ohio State University 1986
BA: The Ohio State University 1983

Registered Architect: Ohio
Certification with the National Council of Architectural Registration Board
LEED Accredited Professional

The American Institute of Architects
United States Green Building Council (USGBC)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards International Code Council
Board of Trustees: Columbus Landmarks Foundation, 2013 – 2016

L. Camille Dunn
Designer/Project Manager

Prior to joining BSA, Camille spent four years practicing in Southeastern China where she contributed to numerous large-scale planning projects throughout China including urban public parks, luxury tropical resort developments and private residential communities. Before departing for Asia, she practiced for three years in New York City where she focused on working with neighborhood groups, non-profit organizations, public housing organizations, and numerous government agencies to improve public space through community centered design.

B. Arch: CUNY; The City College of New York 2008 - Magna Cum Laude

Chris Mannella

After graduating from The Ohio State University in 2014, Chris has built his technical acumen working as a drafter and designer in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to this, he cultivated a deep interest in the history of architecture and urbanism by interning at Pittsburgh History and Landmarks. Chris currently serves on the Columbus Landmarks Foundation's Education and Advocacy Committees.

BS in Architecture: The Ohio State University - Cum Laude


Brandon Doherty

Prior to joining BSA, Brandon spent two years as a BIM assistant with The Ohio State University. Brandon is a also active within the Columbus arts community, serving as a design volunteer for the local Independents' Day festival. 

BS in Architecture: The Ohio State University