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9 November 2017

Loren Supp Joins HOK as Senior Project Designer in Seattle

Architect specializes in designing projects that celebrate local cultures and tell a community’s story.

HOK has named Loren Supp, AIA, a vice president and senior project designer in Seattle.

He brings more than 15 years of experience leading a wide range of projects worldwide, including corporate headquarters buildings, theaters, museums, FIFA World Cup and Major League Soccer stadiums, and collegiate arenas.

“Loren’s approach to design results in visionary architecture, regardless of project type, site or budget constraints,” said Todd Buchanan, vice president and practice leader for HOK’s Seattle office. “He has an innate ability to design and deliver projects that celebrate cultures and tell a community’s story. And he is passionate about using new design technologies to create innovative solutions for our built environment.”

“HOK’s commitment to creating beautiful, transformative spaces to improve our communities is fundamental to the firm’s success,” added Supp. “I’m excited to be here and look forward to working in the Pacific Northwest and beyond to deliver tailored, authentic and memorable environments.”

Supp has a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Washington. He was awarded the Paul Phillipe Cret Prize and the E. Lewis Dales Fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania.