John Hundley, AIA, LEED AP

Atlanta Studio Director


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John Hundley, AIA, LEED AP joined Rosemann as the Atlanta Studio Director in May 2022, where he leads the day-to-day operations of the Atlanta team. John completed his degree in Architecture from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and became a licensed architect in Tennessee in 1994.

John brings over 32 years of experience as a senior level architect with a genuine passion for design and a history of working for several national firms from Memphis and Dallas to Atlanta. He has significant project experience in a combination of mixed-use/office, assisted living, healthcare and historic renovations. His work has helped to transform campuses and neighborhoods and contributed to revitalizing cities.

As Atlanta Studio Director at Rosemann, John operates on multiple fronts overseeing all phases of the design process through construction administration. His experience with Integrated Project Delivery allows John to effectively coalesce the design team, construction professionals and clients. John encourages agency and new ideas in his team and is dedicated to innovative problem solving, and design excellence. He is a client advocate and relationship steward and believes in guiding the operations of a studio, both in the mentorship and development of staff, as well as fiscal oversight.

John is active in professional and civic affairs by donating his time to the AIA, Rotary International, Habitat for Humanity and his Neighborhood Association Board.

John’s numerous interests outside the office include mountain biking, snow skiing, coaching his kid’s sports teams, cooking, fitness training, sports and golf.  He is a big Atlanta Braves and Tennessee Volunteers fan. 

Fun Fact

I was my college fraternity’s president. Also, I designed a hospital in Saudi Arabia and our design build partner was Osama Bin Laden’s family’s construction company.  I got to meet Sheik Saad Bin Laden, Osama’s brother, at their Riyadh home twice for design reviews.  It was noted we were likely under surveillance during our meeting!