Bill Johnson, AIA, is the design principal for HOK’s Kansas City office. A founding principal of 360 Architecture, Bill joined HOK when the firms completed their merger in 2015.
Recognized as a leader in the design of sports and entertainment facilities, Bill’s portfolio of work includes professional, civic and collegiate facilities across the country. His approach is defined by his ability to develop integrated solutions that achieve the unique objectives of each client and contribute to the vitality of the broader community. Over the course of his career, Bill has applied his expertise and design sensitivity to a wide variety of project types to create award-winning mixed-use, corporate office and civic projects.
Sports Business Journal named Bill to its 2016 list of “power players” in sports facility design and development. He was a member of Sports Business Journal’s inaugural “Forty Under 40” class, which recognizes the best and brightest in sports business.
“I believe that every project has the opportunity to be greater than the sum of its parts. Having worked on a wide variety of sports, entertainment, corporate and mixed-use projects, the most rewarding challenge for me is bringing together these diverse project types to create inspiring places for the people and communities they serve.”
Next-Gen Stadiums and Redesigning the Fan Experience | SEGD
Adapting to Changing Fan Preferences | Building Design + Construction
Interview With Bill Johnson | The Tao of Sports Podcast
ENR Names Bill Johnson a Top 25 Newsmaker of 2014 | HOK News
Arenas Hit Status Into the Cheap Seats | The New York Times
Lead Architect Reveals Evolution of the Atlanta Falcons New Stadium Design | Atlanta Falcons
University of Kansas
Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Environmental Design