Uriah Bueller, WELL AP, Parasoleil CEO
Sculptor, Public Art, Architectural product developer NOMMA Rocky Mountain Chapter, President
Accredited AIA/ASLA/IDCEC/HSW speaker
ULI, CODAworx, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Background: New York, Kansas, Colorado
Uriah Bueller is the founder and CEO of Parasoleil, whose sole vision is “to bridge art and environment to create places where people want to be.” As a sculptor and entrepreneur, his practical study in what draws people to certain places over others is what connects his involvement in many diverse organizations and inspired him to become a WELL Accredited Professional.
He is best known for having developed the “Pattern Map” categorizing 200+ unique and engineered patterns for use in architecture and site development for overhead shade, ceilings, privacy screening, public art, railings, wall cladding, and exterior building facades. His work in developing new UV-stable finishes with a variable “patina” powdercoat has been awarded for its innovation, as has his business model for advanced manufacturing.
Uriah has taken a simple art form and turned it into a highly engineered product with an efficient, dependable manufacturing process with his team of project managers, architects, interior designers, fabricators, and engineers. By doing so, he has lowered the barriers of creating and customizing architectural products for both residential and commercial applications. His passion to teach others what he has learned in business leadership and in making a lasting impact for better neighborhoods fuels his ongoing engagement beyond the walls of Parasoleil.