Britney Gore, AIA
Vice President, Project Designer

“Architects are place makers – albeit across a vast range of scale, context and type – but nonetheless, we design places for people to inhabit and enjoy.”


About Britney

In seventh grade, given the choice between taking Home Economics and Woodshop, Britney chose the latter and was enamored with the process of drawing giant clothespins and then going into the woodshop and making her drawings a reality.  The tangibility of the final product was extremely rewarding, leading Britney to pursue a career in architecture. After attending Texas A&M and Georgia Tech, Britney worked for 10 years in the Atlanta area, focusing on convention center design, before returning to her native Texas. With both domestic and international experience across Asia, Britney designs contextually relevant, iconic places that fit the needs of the domestic market and generate revenue for local economies. 

Professional Credentials
Registered Architect: Texas

Education
Master of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University