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Paul Fox Principal Director | Interior Design

Paul Fox

Director of Interior Design


Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

I have lived and worked across my native NC for my entire career. I started out studying architecture but found my true calling in interior design. One of my favorite things about living in Raleigh is our tight knit design community – everywhere I go I run into someone I’ve worked with. If we meet  and you’re not already a friend or client, just give me five minutes and you will be!

The most inspiring part of my job is when our client talks about their design goals and wants to create something fantastic!  That is what excites me.  Also, when a client’s first impression of a design solution makes them smile… before they speak!!! 

A typical day for me is talking “a lot”, frequent impromptu desk crits/collisions in hopes to push the limits of design.  My coworkers are accustomed to me saying “are you sure you want it to look like that?”

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David Bradford Principal Architect

David Bradford, AIA, LEED AP



Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Ohio State University

David leads 310ai by managing the big idea of each project from concept to construction. During his 30+ year career, he has successfully completed hundreds of building projects, striving for design excellence and exceptional client service in each one.  While studying architecture at Ohio State University, David played varsity soccer for the Buckeyes.

When I’m not at work, I’m happiest when I’m building or fixing something.

My first job was a caddy. 

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Rob Cramer Associate Principal

Rob Cramer, AIA

Associate Principal


Bachelor of Architecture
Drexel University

Raised in PA, I studied at Drexel University in Philadelphia while working full-time for a mid-size architecture firm in the area. My wife and I fell in love with NC after visiting, and moved down as soon as we could after graduation. I have been blessed with a variety of experience on projects of many types and sizes. And I’m always hungry for the next challenge!

As architects and designers, we quite literally shape the world in which we live.  The truth that every project has an impact on the world beyond itself is a reality that I recognize that as a tremendous responsibility.  At the end of each project, I aim to be able to confidently say the world is better than it was before, even if just a little bit.

On my desk you will always find an inspiring quote or two.

When I’m not at work, I love spending time with my wife and keeping up with my boys.

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Albert McDonald Director of Design

Albert McDonald, AIA, NCARB

Director of Design


Bachelor of Arts Architecture          University of North Carolina Charlotte

Bachelors in Architecture                         North Carolina State University

As a designer, I’m a generalist, which has allowed me the luxury of working on a diverse collection of project types (Higher Education, Community and Cultural, K-12, Healthcare, Retail, Mixed Use, Multi and Single Family Residential, Transit Infrastructure…) I enjoy bringing together each design based on their individual qualities of site and program, celebrating them through thoughtful spatial organization and appropriate use of materials.

I believe community engagement is important to the profession of architecture, as such I have served for the AIA and the City of Raleigh in various capacities for the better part of the past 20 years.

When I was a kid I wanted to be an artist and a pitcher in the MLB.

When I’m not at work, I’m happiest when I’m painting or writing/playing music.

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Walter Sawyer Principal Architect

Walter Sawyer, AIA, NCARB



Bachelor in Environmental Design in Architecture, Bachelor in Architecture
NC State University

I have worked in a multitude of firms, specializing in technical building code, and construction issues. My experience is extensive in commercial building types, construction methods, building code compliance, and engineering coordination. 

The most inspiring part of my job is transferring knowledge to younger staff and watching their development.

When I’m not at work, I’m happiest when I’m playing piano at home.