|Founded in 2008, AUX Office (pron. â€˜Oxâ€™) is a Los Angeles based architecture studio. The English word auxiliary comes from the Latin word auxiliarius, meaning to aid or to help. In French, AUX (pron. â€˜Ohâ€™) means with; on your stereo itâ€™s the jack that runs the newest and future gadgets. The firmâ€™s name lies within these multiple definitions and in a sense of partnered utility. Good friends and co-workers for years, AUX partners Brian Wickersham and Jeremy Fletcher share a strong curiosity and enthusiasm for design and architecture. As a collaborative effort, Wickersham & Fletcher lead the design of all AUX Projects. The two subscribe to no one method or line of thought and avoid aesthetic preconception ensuring a thorough investigation of functionality, spatial qualities and materiality. Fletcher and Wickersham rely equally on intuition, experience, anarchy, accidents, optimism, pragmatics, deliberation, collaboration and research.
||Brian Wickersham, AIA, is a Founding Partner of AUX Architecture. Prior to establishing AUX with Jeremy Fletcher, Brian worked with Daly Genik Architects, Graft, and Frank O. Gehry.
|Jeremy Fletcher is a Founding Partner of AUX Architecture. Prior to establishing AUX with Brian Wickersham, Jeremy worked with Graft, Clive Wilkinson Architects, and Atelier Hitoshi Abe.