HGOR celebrates 25 years of monumental projects like The Battery at SunTrust Park, Coca-Cola World Headquarters, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Grant Park Gateway Project with the appointment of three new principals: Todd Fuller, Chris Mutter and Lauren Standish. Collectively the HGOR team has developed solutions to the campus, community, urban, parks and mixed-use space in 34 states and six countries and have received over eighty planning and design awards.
Led by a team of five principals, HGOR is responsible for master planning and the design of transformative built environments. Together, they connect the built environment to the natural environment by designing "the space between" for the human experience.
Chris Mutter: Focuses on stimulating organizations and shaping productive work environments by applying business-minded planning and design decisions to every project.
Lauren Standish: Focuses on the user experience and how people experience place.
Robert Hughes: Devotes his expertise to re-imagining place across a broad geography and finding an effective solution to complex problems.
Stephen Sanchez: Explores how our landscapes provide critical benefits and essential functions to the built environment.
Todd Fuller: Connects client needs with lasting solutions that provide a return on investment across a broad diversity of commissions.
Examples of their work include Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Piedmont Healthcare of Atlanta, Grant Park Gateway Project, Emory University, Turner Broadcasting System Headquarters, Atlanta Memorial Park, Charlie Loudermilk Park, Mercer University and Levine Center for the Arts.