David Corban has practiced architecture in Southwest Florida since 1989.  Mr. Corban has been at the forefront of the design community in Florida, winning numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects at the state and local level.

A graduate of Mississippi State University of Architecture, he studied under Samuel Mockbee, founder of the Rural Studio and recipient of the AIA Gold Medal. Mr. Corban is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional.

Mr. Corban has been the architect of some of Collier County's most recognizable projects, including the Naples Botanical Garden.  In 2012 the Haldeman Creek House was selected by the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects as one of the top 100 buildings in Florida in the past 100 years.  


Philosophy

Our designs are guided by a dedication to our clients, community and environment. We believe in a collaborative design process that begins with our client and includes the architect and consultants. We believe architecture has the power to make employees more productive, businesses more profitable, a home more livable and an aesthetic experience memorable.

A quality built environment begins with master planning. All our master plans are site and program specific, considering natural features and native flora and fauna. Our site designs are sustainable, encourage safe pedestrian circulation, efficient movement of vehicles and restore and retain of our native landscape.

Florida is a special place deserving of architecture that responds to and is inspired by its unique climate, culture and ecosystems. Where appropriate, we use regional materials and native landscapes.