NeoCon 2017 Recap

NeoCon continued many trends from the past few years with sit-to-stand desks, collaboration areas with various screening and privacy options, and wool and felt textures. There were bold primary colors being used as well as pale pinks and deep wine… Read more…

Palms of Pinellas Breaks Ground

Norstar Development held the groundbreaking this morning for Palms of Pinellas. This 92-unit housing development in Largo, Florida will offer 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartment homes at mixed-income levels. We look forward to seeing the progress as our project takes… Read more…

Architecture in Education

Our associates Asa Santa Cruz and Khai Grubbs are volunteers again for Architecture in Education, an 8-week program that teaches students basics about design, structure, and sustainability. This week’s assignment was to build the tallest possible spaghetti tower that could… Read more…

NeoCon 2016

Amy Torbert & Teresita Muller-Karger from our interior design team attended NeoCon this year to experience the latest innovations in commercial design. According to Amy, “color is back and nature is in…” Many of the manufacturers emphasized the hospitality lifestyle and sleek… Read more…

BDG Interiors

The BDG Interiors team is proud to be a part of the design team for the newest Davidoff of Geneva Since 1911! Looking forward to it’s debut in the Fall 2015!

Architect Jacob joins HART board

A local architect who has traveled the world and experienced, first hand, some of the globe’s most impressive transportation systems, has joined the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit board. Michael “Mickey” Jacob, 57, joins the HART board at what many consider a challenging time for the county as it embarks on plans to draw more job seekers and employers here. Part of the plan to do that is to devise a transportation plan to unclog crowded roadways and in some instances, make a car optional with a better bus system and the addition of light rail. Read more.

NRN names 2014 Hot Concepts

Nation’s Restaurant News has selected five emerging foodservice brands as its 2014 Hot Concepts award recipients. BDG Architects is the lead designer and project manager for the new “Hot Concept” PDQ! There are a total of 58 locations to date in seven states across the Southeast. To read the full Nation’s Restaurants News article, please click here.


Tampa, FL-based BDG Architects has acquired Birmingham’s PKA Architects, giving the combined firm a stronger regional presence and expanding into the Midwest and Texas.