Solex Architecture is ingrained in this community and committed to the prosperity of the entire region through the success of your project.
Solex Architecture is a Danville, Virginia based Professional Corporation providing architecture, planning and design services. Established by its founder and innovative architect Jeffrey Bond, the firm has experience in a diverse range of projects. Formerly employed by a national architecture and engineering firm, Mr. Bond worked on large and small projects, including both new construction and renovations. Mr. Bond is a LEED Accredited Professional and his work was instrumental in the successful completion of southside Virginia's first LEED Gold project.
Solex Architecture provides an economical and balanced approach to the architecture profession. Pulling from a library of projects and experiences, various architectural styles and elements are blended into an appropriate cohesive and timeless design. The firm specializes in SOLution EXploration by combining innovation, sustainability and technology.
Solex Architecture can provide a complete turnkey project by assembling a team of expert consultants with relevant experience. This collaboration provides a cost-effective solution that tailors to the project needs. An integrated team may include geotechnical, surveying, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and other required specialists. Solex Architecture is versed in both design-bid-build and design-build methods. Tailored to each project, our services explore design solutions to meet the client's needs and schedule.
Solex Architecture is licensed in Virginia and North Carolina.
Born and raised in Gretna, Virginia, Jeffrey has always been surrounded by family that enriched his values for contributing to his community and region. His passion for architecture and design started at a young age, stemming from his travels across the country and abroad, and through observing various renovation projects. To Jeffrey, architecture is the perfect blend of art and science. Starting as a simple idea in the form of a sketch, the structure eventually rises from the ground and takes on a life of its own. Buildings not only impact the lives of its inhabitants, but collectively shape our society and influence how we interact with the world.
This interest led Jeffrey to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor in Architecture. Shortly after graduation he started as an architectural intern at Dewberry where he held positions with increasing responsibility as project architect and finally project manager. Mr. Bond opened Solex Architecture, Inc. in the fall of 2013.
Originally from Mecklenburg County Virginia, Megan Bond moved to Danville in 2010 after working in the area for two years. She graduated in 2008 from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering. Shortly after graduation, she started as a Project Engineer for a national A/E firm. Over the years, her career has allowed her to grow and diversify her skill sets through different employment experiences. She has served as a Lead Contract Manager and a Project Manager for two separate international manufacturing companies. In January of 2018, Megan joined Solex Architecture as the team’s Operations Manager. With her passion for business operations and client management, she is excited to help grow the company in its continued goal to serve our community.
Pittsylvania County native Kathryn Waters joined Solex Architecture fulltime in May of 2019 after graduating from NC State University with a Bachelor of Architecture. She previously worked with our team as a summer and winter intern in 2017 and 2018. Her love of architecture and this region drove her decision to pursue a career that would allow her to aid the surrounding communities in their design goals and help them flourish. She is excited to have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects and service our client’s needs.
Armani Masud, originally from Riner, Virginia, joined the Solex team in August of 2019 where she will provide drafting and graphic design services. She is studying Architectural Engineering and Design Specialization at New River Community College and will complete her associate’s degree in 2020. Armani previously worked for an international truck manufacturer as an intern logistics engineer designing new facility layouts to increase process flow. She also worked alongside her classmates to create working drawings and renderings for a college campus and other various projects. Armani is excited to immerse herself in the culture of our region and to work with our clients to accomplish their goals.