Pimsler Hoss Architects (PHA) employs a dynamic team of people with a variety of different approaches to the design and planning process. While integrating the practical aspects of management and construction technology, each team member works to provide clients with creative solutions for each building and each space withing that building. This balance of skill and creativity is employed with enthusiasm, care and sensitivity to provide the greatest possible service for the client and user.

Debra Kidd, RA

Debra, a registered architect in Georgia, returns to PHA with a variety of architectural specialties such as generational (elderly) multifamily, commercial, institutional, and large industrial projects. She has her degree from Southern Polytechnic State currently under the umbrella of Kennesaw State University. In addition to her experiences as an architect, Debra also is a well-documented artist in felting.

Guillermo Martinez, Designer

After many years practicing in Colombia, Guillermo joined PHA in 2018. He received his bachelors of Architecture from La Gran Colombia University. An avid traveler, he brings a wide breadth of experiences to the firm including a variety of project typology such as preservation, residential, and commercial construction.

Jason Pimsler, Designer

Jason received his Master’s of Architecture from the University of Tennessee and his Bachelor of Science from Appalachian State University. Jason’s interests and technical skill-sets in the realm of sustainability, urban design and technology acquired during school will help PHA in their continued dedication to implementing sustainable design principles in the built environment.

Matthew Honig, Designer

Matthew received his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University in 2016, during which time he studied abroad in Florence, Italy and New York City. Consistently on the dean’s list, he graduated cum laude from the Reneé Crown Honors Program. For his thesis, he studied the urban implications of micro-apartment living in NYC through a satirical lens.