Ian Anderson


Ian is a senior drafter and visualizations manager at CORE Architecture. Ian plays a key role in developing graphics, renderings, virtual reality experiences and other designs for CORE projects. He is a member of the company’s Visualization Committee where he works to improve the office’s visualization capabilities and periodically provides training to the office. Ian is a forward thinker with unparalleled attention to detail that helps his renderings stand out and connect with clients in an exceptional manner. He brings strong technical and creative support to project teams and helps clients understand overall project designs through the use of his visual resources. Ian holds an Associates of Applied Science in Architectural Technology (2013) from BYU-Idaho and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Industrial Design (2017) from BYU. In the future, he plans to get his Masters of Architecture from the University of Utah.

Did you know?

Ian has a love affair with all things wood – especially walnut and exotic wood. He has been a finalist in national student woodworking competitions for his custom furniture pieces. When he’s not at the office, you can find him either at the woodshop or enjoying art, music and movies.

Congratulations to Ian Anderson

Today’s the day! Ian Anderson has worked with us for 5 years. Thank you Ian for all the talent and drive you bring to our team. #CMAFamily #WorkAnniversary #5Years

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Staff Spotlight: Ian Anderson, Visualization Specialist

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How Clients Can Experience a Project Before it’s Built: Virtual Reality Architecture

Curtis Miner Architecture Sets the Utah Architecture Trends in VR, 360 Cameras, and Architectural Rendering Not so very long ago, it was a client’s best guess to know what their project would look and feel like upon completion. For larger projects, a client might be willing to pay for an architectural rendering or illustration, or […]

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