LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Luckett & Farley has named Nathan Smith design director.
The firm has established a legacy of design innovation over the past 160-plus years it’s been operating from downtown Louisville. With the addition of registered architect Nathan Smith as design director, the architecture, interior design and engineering firm continues its evolution to meet new design challenges and ensure their architects are positioned to build upon an extensive history of excellence.
Smith has 20 years of experience in architecture, design and academia, coming to Luckett & Farley after a decade of independent practice with PART Studio in Louisville. Prior to returning to his home state of Kentucky in 2008, Smith worked for design offices across the U.S. and abroad, beginning his professional career in the office of Bart Prince Architect in Albuquerque, N.M.
In addition to his design work, Smith has taught architectural design at the University of Kentucky College of Design, the University of Puerto Rico and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala.
Smith received his bachelor of architecture from the University of Kentucky and his master of architecture from Rice University.
Outside of the office, Smith likes to spend time with his family and work in the garden. He is also a member of the Louisville Free Public Library’s Library Advisory Commission.