30 years experience. 20 project and product design awards.
1 pistol-packin’ interior designer.

Bron’s first love has been in residential projects, but he also has been involved with both public and private sector corporate headquarters, professional practices, retail, resort, dining and recreational facilities, plus justice and educational institutions.

He was a principal in the firm, Bron Associates, for 16 years. From 1987 to 1993, he was also a principal of one of the United States’ largest architectural firms before forming the small, specialized Bron Design Group in 1993.

Bron studied Industrial Design and Business at the University of Missouri and the Kansas City Art Institute. He has worked as an interior designer since 1964.

On projects, Bron brings his unique expertise to programming, space planning, furnishings and fixture layout, lighting design, specialty millwork and cabinet design, as well as his extensive knowledge of national furniture resources.

He was certified (12/21/93) by the standard-setting National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and a past Executive Officer of the Arizona North ASID Chapter. He is also past president of the Men's Arts Council (MAC), a support group of the Phoenix Art Museum.

Bron has been the recipient of over 20 project and product design awards. He has received the ASID "Designer of Distinction" award, the prestigious National ASID "Medalist" award and Phoenix Home & Garden’s celebrated Masters of the Southwest award.

He has been guest lecturer for Interior Design senior professional practice classes at various Arizona universities and colleges, and has provided insight to the layperson through articles in business and design publications. Occasionally, Bron serves as a pistol packin’ member of the Arizona Rangers.

B. Eric Bron, A.S.I.D.