Our projects range from kitchens to towns and from homes to hospitals. Our services include home design, interior design, multi-family and commercial building design, as well as community design, planning consulting, design review, and development support.
We strongly believe that improving the human habitat supports and enhances the natural environment. Our firm includes extensive experience with energy-efficient and environmentally sensitive building systems. We believe in the value of tradition and technology, and in the necessity of learning from the past to shape the future.
We know that towns and neighborhoods are more efficient than conventional suburbs and shopping centers. We believe that a smaller home can live large if the plan is well thought out. We know we can preserve resources and save our clients' money through efficient design and detail. We believe our portfolios prove this.
We were among the first to work on customization of the SmartCode for a community, and we continue to work with the SmartCode and form-based development coding. We believe that every project requires a fresh outlook and, sometimes, a new set of tools.
Frank is Principal Architect with Greene Design and has over 30 years experience in architecture, community design and real estate development.
He is currently the Town Architect for the planned New Urbanist community of Rosemary Beach in Florida. He was also the Town Architect for Draper Lake from 2014- 2018. Previously Frank worked for Looney Ricks Kiss Architects from 2005-2009 in Rosemary Beach, Florida.
Before joining that firm, Frank had worked as an architect, planner and developer, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee since 1982.
Frank served as Senior Vice President of Development for Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise (CNE), Chattanooga's citywide nonprofit housing organization, from 1995 to 2000. During that time, CNE developed and rehabilitated over 600 housing units under his direction.
In addition to acting as developer for this work, he also designed many of the home and apartment prototypes constructed by CNE. While at CNE, Frank coordinated the Southside Neighborhoods Plan and the Southside Redevelopment Plan. for Chattanooga After leaving CNE, Frank was a founder of PlaceMakers, LLC, a professional collaborative providing community and urban design, planning, visioning, SmartCode customization, Pattern Books, Historical District Guidelines, and other planning services for cities and developers. Frank is also a founding member of the New Urban Guild and an active member of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
He is a member the American Institute of Architects. He graduated cum laude from the University of Tennessee School of Architecture in 1982.
Our office is conveniently located on 30a
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida