SAN DIEGO, CA – Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, announced Brian M. Koshley, AIA has joined the firm as Regional Director in the San Diego office. In this position, Koshley is responsible for the growth and overall management of the San Diego offices.

As a licensed architect, Koshley brings over 35 years of industry experience to the firm. Before joining Ware Malcomb, he held various senior level roles at international design firms and focused on business development, architecture and interior architecture. Throughout his career he has managed projects across industries and specializes in adaptive reuse, building repositioning and workplace design. Koshley has worked closely with public and private sector clients and is committed to empowering people through business intelligence-based design.

“I am pleased to welcome Brian to the team. He brings a tremendous amount of experience and vast regional knowledge to Ware Malcomb,” says Matt Brady, Executive Vice President of Ware Malcomb. “We look forward to his future success and contributions at Ware Malcomb.”

Koshley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Berkeley. He is active in commercial real estate industry organizations as a member of American Institute of Architects (AIA), Urban Land Institute (ULI) and National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP).

Koshley joins the company as Principal, Tiffany English, departs Ware Malcomb to join longtime firm client, Qualcomm, as Senior Director of Architecture on their Global Real Estate team. English spent over 20 years at Ware Malcomb contributing greatly to the growth of the Northern California and San Diego markets, as well as the interior architecture practice firmwide. “I am so proud of the growth and design excellence the San Diego teams have achieved, and I know Brian will successfully lead the Ware Malcomb team in this dynamic market,” English says.

Ware Malcomb has been operating in the San Diego region for over 37 years. Recent notable projects completed in the area include Cubic Corporation’s Balboa office campus, the Westmont Encinitas multifamily development and Samumed’s office and laboratory facility.

“Tiffany certainly left her mark on Ware Malcomb. This transition of leadership to Brian has been seamless and is a true testament to both of their characters and work ethic,” Brady remarks. “We wish Tiffany the best in her future endeavor, and we look forward to working with her in a new capacity.”