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If some Mobile or New Orleans architects figure out smart new ways to design buildings against hurricanes, how best can that knowledge be spread to architects in other Gulf Coast communities? When young architects are being laid off in a recession, what is an effective way to help them endure and eventually succeed in the field? What technological or cultural changes might disrupt architecture the way Uber and Lyft disrupted transportation, and what’s the best way to prepare?
Those are the kinds of challenges for which Memphis architect Josh Flowers designs solutions and strategies.
HBG Design is proud to announce that architect Josh Flowers, FAIA, General Counsel of HBG Design, has been elevated to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
When architecture and interior design firm HBG Design opened its doors in 1979 (under its previous name Hnedak Bobo Group), the firm’s partners didn’t take any chances in letting firm growth simply “fall into place.” “We didn’t necessarily have it all figured out when we started,” says retired founder Kirk Bobo, FAIA, “but we did know that in order to grow, we needed to surround ourselves with talented, passionate people.”
This holiday season, HBG Design is delighted to share the joy and talents of Navajo artist, Charletta Yazzie, a Spirit of Sovereignty College Scholarship Recipient and SOS Success Story. We believe a college education is one of the most transformative experiences one can have in their lifetime. We’re pleased to have made a donation in your honor to support The Spirit of Sovereignty College Scholarship Program and their important mission to help tomorrow’s leaders achieve their dreams.
HBG Design is excited to announce that we have been named a 2017 Top Workplace by The Commercial Appeal for the third year in a row. The Commercial Appeal has recognized 60 Companies and Organizations in Memphis as Top Workplaces 2017. The winning companies have been recognized as Top Workplaces based solely on surveys about the workplace completed by their employees.
Top Workplaces are not only better places to work but are more likely to be successful than peer organizations.
HBG Design ranked 34th on Interior Design Magazine’s Hospitality Giants List.
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