Gregory Hall founded Hall Architects in the fall of 2003 after a career in medium and large multi-disciplinary offices in northeast and southwest Florida. Mr. Hall received his Masters in Architecture from the University of Florida and has over 25 years experience as a licensed architect. During this period he has worked on a full range of project types for public and private sector clients on projects that include custom residential, museums, international airports, festival marketplaces, educational facilities, university buildings, town centers, medium-rise commercial towers, and corporate campuses. Over 50 of these projects have received awards for their design.
Prior to relocating to Sarasota, Mr. Hall held faculty positions at the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction, and Planning as well as the Preservation Institute: Nantucket where he taught courses in architecture, interior design and historic preservation. He was twice recognized as the College’s Teacher of the Year.
As a professional architect, Mr. Hall has experience in all phases of the building and design process; from space-need determination and site evaluation, to planning, design, contract document preparation, and construction administration. He is recognized as an expert in the problems and practices that accompany working with historic buildings.
In his free time, Greg enjoys cooking with his wife and joining his boys at sporting events and on scouting trips. He is a wiz at math and science and confirmed to be “Smarter than a Sixth Grader”. HallArchitects.com