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ArtBuzz » Hufft Architects
Experience architecture in a whole new way through this program that mixes art, a signature cocktail, and conversation for an evening that will leave you buzzing! This evening, meet Founding Partner and Principal Matthew Hufft, and Principal of Hufft Architects, Brad Kingsley, AIA, for a discussion on the firm’s innovative projects, including 8th Street Market and beyond!
Matthew Hufft has a Bachelors degree from the University of Kansas and a Masters degree from Columbia University. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, NCARB certified, and licensed in Missouri, Kansas, and New York. At the age of twenty-five, his first commission The Line House͛ was completed. Soon after, other commissions followed and Hufft was formed in 2005. Since that time, the firm has taken on over 300 architectural, fabrication and construction projects, ranging in budget from $20,000 to $60MM. Hufft’s work has been featured in Architectural Record, Metropolitan Home, Interior Design, Esquire, and many more publications, and has won multiple national and international awards.
Brad Kingsley is a Design Principal at Hufft, an interdisciplinary and collaborative Architecture, Fabrication and Construction company with locations in Kansas City, Missouri and Bentonville, Arkansas. As the Principal Architect for Hufft’s Northwest Arkansas office, Kingsley has overseen multi-million dollar construction projects in the region, including the 8th Street Market, Blake Street House, Bentonville Flight Center and projects at the University of Arkansas. He has design and management experience across project types, leading multi-faceted clients and in house design teams on mixed-use, multi-family, commercial and adaptive reuse projects.
As an architect and urban designer, he is the recipient of multiple AIA and academic design awards. Kingsley is a licensed architect in Missouri and Arkansas, a member of the AIA, Urban Land Institute and NCARB certified. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University and a Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, where he graduate with honors.
Sponsored by Marlon Blackwell Architects, Ken and Liz Allen, Chip and Susan Chambers, and Tartaglino Richards Family Foundation in memory of Maurice Jennings.
$20 ($16 for members), register online or with Guest Services at 479.657.2335.