Brianna Bullentini

Brianna Bullentini is an experiential and architectural designer who was born and raised in Reno and recently moved back from New York City where she went to Parsons School of Design and graduated with her Bachelors in Sustainable Architecture. Her latest project is reimagining Reno’s old Post Office and spearheading the underground marketplace called The Basement. Where she also is opening up Reno’s first cold-pressed juice bar, RAWBRY, which will open in The Basement this fall.

Brianna’s journey has led her far from the beaten path. She still stands as the only female all-regional wide-receiver in the state of Nevada from when she played on the boys Varsity football team her senior year at Galena High School. After graduating high school she booked a ticket to Ghana, Africa where she moved for almost a year to coach soccer and live at an orphanage. Once returning back to The States she challenged herself to the greatest design school in the US, which had her packing her bags once again and moving to New York City. Here she had the opportunity to work for a leading architecture firm ICRAVE, Michael Jordan, Anthropologie, and a summer internship with Extreme Makeover Home Edition in Los Angeles. ‘Seven years in NYC’ was long enough she said, and is ecstatic to be back in her hometown, Reno where she stated ‘its just the beginning of great things to come!’