Bo grew up on a farm outside Nashville. He likes to credit his early design aspirations to the fact that he could fish from the living room of the family house. After college he was called west to Los Angeles where he met Hisako at SCI-Arc. A literature major before studying architecture, Bo is interested in the narrative power of places. He sees design as a woven relationship between people, space and their actions. When brought together in a thoughtful and beautiful way, the new relationships can be fluid, visceral and electrically charged.
Bo graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Brown University in Rhode Island and in 2001 with a Masters of Architecture from SCI-Arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture) where he won a National AIA Merit Award. He is not licensed in the state of California, but is a licensed Architect in the State of Colorado and has worked for Jerde, Gensler and Roto Architects since graduating.