Working with an architect

Whether it’s your first or one-hundred and first, starting a new project can feel like a large undertaking — each one is different. The right partner tailors the experience to you and makes it easy to get from idea to completed building.

Why Hogan Architects?

Our passion for architecture leads us to focus on a holistic approach: architecture is more than creating something beautiful; it is about durability, economics, utilization, and collaboration.

Where should I start?

We flex to your needs. Whether you’re ready to jump right in and start your project, or are just exploring, we can help. We have several approaches that scale up or down to meet your projects’ needs.


Sundown is an extensive remodel of a 6,000 sq ft private residence, originally built in the 1980s. The structure spans a small, natural stream and sits on a large secluded lot in West Austin. The steep hill and the natural surroundings presented many challenges as well as opportunities to create an intimate and personal space for the owners. This project is currently under construction and will be completed at the end of 2019. Click below to learn more.

If you want someone who is innovative, and knows how to apply your needs to your project, Josh captures those elements in his work.
— Darren, Union Venture Group

Featured Commercial Project

Halcyon is a neighborhood coffee shop & bar located on Greenville Avenue in Dallas, Texas. Located in an existing masonry warehouse, the design sought to keep the existing charm of the exposed brick walls and tin ceiling while mixing in new elements that provide a fresh fun atmosphere for the neighborhood.

Joshua has valued the ideas and viewpoints of everyone on the team, and his calm, professional presence has been a comfort for what can be a stressful, complex process.
— Amy, Residential Client

Featured Commercial Project

Required for security purposes, les escaliers de secours for the Bank of France at Poitiers address both security measures as well as aesthetic ones. Building and safety codes required the structure to be enclosed as a result of its height. The modular panel system creates an interesting continuous pattern along the façade.