ARCHITECTURE  I  INTERIOR DESIGN  I  PLANNING  I  PROPERTY ANALYSIS  I  BUILDING EXPERTISE

New York University Hospital:

Transitional Housing Village

East Meadow, NY, USA; 2016

MOSAIC: 
My Mission

To remove barriers to our built environment while developing universally-accessible design solutions.

To understand and 

enliven people and communities, especially those who require advocacy the most.

To create innovative 

progressive ideas using 

cutting-edge intelligent 

technology.

To preserve and protect the natural environment while filling ecological gaps with mindful sustainable solutions. 

To support research-based practices and elevate collective native open-source wisdom.

To consciously promote

human connection, 

empathy, and compassion.




MOSAIC: My Story

Brandon Heald

RA, AIA, LEED AP

Architect, Interior Designer
Planner, Building Expert

“Architecture is the poetic expression of social justice.” 

 

~ Gregory Henriquez

I first heard those words 10 years ago while studying at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Instilling in me a fire and passion to practice tikkun olam (to heal the world), those words changed my entire professional trajectory. 

 

Today, I have over 14 years of combined experience as a construction law researcher, interior designer, architect, engineering coordinator, construction administrator, and project manager. I have worked on over 1 billion square feet of building and site planning, design, and construction projects in 8 states, 5 countries, and 3 continents. 

 

At MOSAIC, internalizing those words with my professional expertise, I focus on enriching people's lives and the planet. My work has been almost exclusively rooted in understanding and caring for people all-too-often disregarded, injured, and marginalized by and within the environments I intend to create.

MOSAIC refers to a design solution as the artistic and scientific 4-dimensional integration of form, place, spirit, and time. 

My husband, Brian Desilets, supporting me at the Scholarship Awards Gala at the University of Colorado. 

(2015)

Brian and I with our Rabbi, Rachel Kobrin, of Congregation Rodef Shalom in Denver, marching at Denver's Pridefest.



(2020)

I volunteered as the Arts and Crafts Director at Champ Camp, a summer camp for children with Asthma, allergies, and other lung-related health issues.
 

(2018)

Brian and I hosting an arts and crafts gathering for the Denver Gay Bros, a group of up-and-coming gay men in Denver.

 

 

(2016)

Architecture is the artistic and scientific process of falling in love with the world you want to create.

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