Greg Busch is a member of the AIA, NCARB, and the ICAA. He holds architecture licenses in the states of Georgia, Montana, North Carolina, Alabama, and Florida. Greg grew up in the Midwest, received his Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati, attended the Attingham Study program in England, and has over 20 years of experience working in architecture firms in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Cincinnati. He moved to Atlanta in 1998 where he worked for several firms. He credits much of his success to the time he spent in Norman Askins’ office. Greg left Norman’s in 2004 to begin his own practice.
After developing a love for art and architecture early in life, Heather had no doubt she would one day practice architecture. After earning her bachelor’s of science degree in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2006, Heather started her professional career at Harrison Design Associates. In the midst of her 7 years there, she also earned her Master’s degree in Architecture at Georgia Tech in 2012. In the fall of 2013, she joined the firm of Greg Busch, Architects.
Stephen studied architecture at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he earned his degree in 2011. Since then, he has been lucky enough to work for a few well-established residential architecture firms in Alabama and Atlanta, and has spent some time working in commercial design. While attending SCAD, Stephen worked on numerous home renovations and additions, gaining him a “hands-on” knowledge of construction methods and techniques.
Zac is a Georgia native, and has been practicing within the field of residential architecture since graduating from Southern Polytechnic State University in 2012. He has worked for high-end residential firms in both Santa Rosa Beach, FL and Atlanta, GA.
Trent moved to Atlanta after graduating from the University of Texas in Austin. After practicing for several years, he returned to school and received his Master of Architecture from Georgia Tech in 2018.