Paul Rousselle AIA is Principal of Paul Robert Rousselle Architects, founded in 2005.
Paul's creative spirit was shaped by early childhood experiences living in the dunes of Cape Cod, at the foothills of the Chugiak Mountain Range in Alaska, and beside the beaches of Biloxi, Mississippi. The landforms, their horizons, and the interplay of sunlight and moonlight inspire Rousselle's structures - designs that integrate and invite the natural environments that surrounds them.
The study of fine art, especially in the works of Cezanne, Monet and Manet, opened Rousselle's eyes to the possibility of creating structures that - like paintings - draw on the natural world while inventing new spaces for the eye and mind.
Paul is a graduate of the Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, School of Architecture. Following graduation, he worked for several New York based architectural and engineering firms specializing in custom residential and commercial design, nurturing his passionate pursuit of beautiful and timeless architecture.
Paul now lives in Vermont - where he moved to raise his family - and manages an atelier in the ski town of Stowe. He is licensed in multiple states with completed projects in Vermont, New York, Florida, Texas, and Italy, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He remains active in his local community's Development Review Board. Outside of his architectual work, Paul enjoys time with his wife, Susan, their three children, and two dogs, as well as traveling, sailing, xc skiing, kayaking, organic gardening and fishing.