Kirk Allbright – AIA

Licensed in Maryland
Master of Architecture, Rice University, Houston TX
B.S, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude, University of Texas, Austin
Co-Chair UUCA Building Committee

David Gene Bullock – AIA, LEED AP

Licensed in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and California
NCARB Certified
GBCI LEED AP (Green Building Certification Institute LEED Accredited Professional)
B.Arch., University of Oklahoma



AIA (American Institute of Architecture)

The Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce



2014  American Institute of Architects, Chesapeake Bay Chapter, Citation Award, McCormick Residence, Arnold, MD

2014  Home of the Week, the Capital Gazette, Patterson Residence, Annapolis Historic District, 14 Revell Street, Annapolis, MD

2012  Christmas Tour of Lewes, Delaware Historic District Homes, 429 West Third Street

2009  What’s Up Annapolis, April Historic Annapolis Foundation Green Building Tour, Renovation of 1770 rowhouse, 38-40 Cornhill Street, Annapoils, MD

2009  What’s Up Annapolis, April featured straw bale house, Pasadena, MD

2007  American Institute of Architects, Chesapeake Bay Chapter, Honor Award, DiPiazza Residence, Trappe, MD

2007  Maryland Life, July featured a residence, Pasadena, MD

2006  Chesapeake Home, February featured a residence, Pasadena, MD

2005  American Institute of Architects, Chesapeake Bay Chapter, Honor Award, Furbish Residence, Pasadena, MD

2005  American Institute of Architects, Maryland Society, Citation Award

2004  Weathershield Windows, National Advertising Brochure featured the Lee Residence, Kent Island, MD

2004  Chesapeake Life, May featured the Allbright Residence, Annapolis, MD

2003  Baltimore Magazine, October featured a residence, Pasadena, MD

2001  HGTV featured the Furbish Residence, Pasadena, MD

2000  Baltimore Sun, June 25th featured the Furbish Residence, Pasadena, MD

1999  AIA House Tour, American Institute of Architects, Chesapeake Bay Chapter, Attridge Residence, Annapolis, MD

1999  HGTV featured the Antinucci Residence, Severna Park, MD

1998  American Institute of Architects, Chesapeake Bay Chapter, Citation Award, Brassel & Baldwin Law Offices, Annapolis, MD



Kirk Allbright

Kirk AllbrightKirk originally pursued a career in physics, working at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and studying at Stony Brook in New York.  Always drawn toward nature and interested in personal expression and creativity, he returned to Austin, Texas, to study art, literature, creative writing and furniture making.  He purchased and renovated several residences, some in the Hyde Park neighborhood near the campus of The University of Texas.  This background of theoretical and practical experience formed the basis for his study of Architecture at Rice University.  Upon completion of his Masters degree, Kirk moved to Seattle, Washington and spent several years at the Henry Klein Partnership, acquiring his Architecture License.   Major projects included the Kent Public Library, the Skagit County Office Building and several houses. For his own residence he renovated a farmhouse in the Skagit valley with a view of the San Juan Islands.  He subsequently moved to Annapolis, Maryland, and bought a completely gutted building in the historic district, which was transformed into his residence and office.  Both the West and East coasts have informed the sensibilities of Allbright Bullock Architects, and Kirk’s design preferences include an emphasis on natural daylighting, clean and clear expression of architectural ideas, and respect for natural materials and environmental sustainability.


David Gene Bullock

David BullockDavid Bullock moved to San Diego, California after graduation from the University of Oklahoma in 1987. He worked for Delawie Wilkes Rodrigues Barker and Bretton Associates AIA in San Diego for 11 years and was promoted to Associate. David was job captain for a new $24 million high school and project manager for a $3 million county office and the $9 million San Diego Airport concessions project. But after many years of large projects and long hours, David decided to hit the road along with his wife for a working sabbatical. It was a wonderful 4 year saga of adventure and professional growth with contract work on projects in Delray Beach, FL (61,000 sf house); Aruba, Dutch Caribbean (60,000 sf Reina Beatrix International Airport remodel); Norwich, VT (17,500 sf office building); Alexandria, VA (numerous historic district remodels and additions); Manhattan, NY (brokers loft office in SoHo and bicycle delivery office in the Garment District); Seattle, WA (600,000 sf Living Bridges Development Proposal); Oklahoma City, OK (Casady Kindergarten School); and a final year in London, England ($28,000,000 Network Housing Non-Profit Mixed Use Development). Finally, David and his wife decided to live in the Annapolis area.  David appreciates style, ornamentation, and craftsmanship as an integral part of the architectural solution.