Aisha Densmore-Bey is an architect/graphic designer, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professional. Aisha is the author of several articles, and has been featured in Architect Magazine and Design Bureau. She is frequently a panelist in forums on architecture, design, and the opportunities and challenges within those fields. In 2012, Aisha received the American Institute of Architects Associates Award.
While achieving prolific renown in her field, Aisha took a leap in 2010 and founded Aisha Densmore-Bey, Designer, a creative office that specializes in architecture, interiors, lighting design, graphic design, film, and art.
Most recently, Aisha’s attention has focused on projects of a slightly smaller and more digestible scale. Making their debut at the Artists Collective in Hartford in December, Shop/ADB (Wearables + More) and TREAT by ADB (Design Inspired Desserts) bring Aisha’s designs beyond the world of architecture and into the wardrobes and mouths of her admirers.
In 2011, Aisha completed a short film called The Built Perception: Boston which centers around “our intimate and sometimes antagonistic relationship with the built environment…the film surveys some of the city’s most famous architecture while three prominent Boston designers explore themes like texture, materials, space, and form, and what makes the city special.”
Take a tour of Boston with The Built Perception: Boston below: