Chet Weber RA
Senior Associate / Senior Interior Architect
As one of Page’s longest-serving employees, Chet Weber has worked as an interiors architect for more than 30 years. In that time, he’s seen a number of trends go full circle, sometimes even several times. His portfolio includes a wide range of projects across the Page market sectors and his personal “hit parade” includes a Fortune 100 communications project, The Smithsonian Institution National Air and Space Museum Udvar Hazy Center, United States embassies, student housing and aerospace infrastructure.
Chet has a particular passion for lighting design and its effects on projects. He stays updated on evolutions in the fledgling digital lighting industry and has participated in several product development round tables for various lighting manufacturers.
Outside the office, Chet still pursues creativity in other outlets. He is a ceramic sculpture artist, using the buildings he sees through his work as reference points for forms, providing fundamental design basics and giving him the opportunity to push the limits of both design and the clay. Chet volunteers his expertise by teaching at the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities.
Professionally and personally, Chet has found his work evolves with the inspirational and ever-changing built environment around him. Ceramic sculpture allows attempts to free himself of the rules of functionality of built architecture with increased freedom to explore balance, scale, mass, juxtaposition and line, which in turn inspires his work for Page clients.