Luckett & Farley names market director for new Civic Design Studio

Boz Lindgren
Boz Lindgren

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Luckett & Farley has named architect Robert “Boz” Lindgren as market director for its new Civic Design Studio. Lindgren will lead the specialty division, which focuses on city government, civic and nonprofit projects at the Louisville-based architecture, interior design and planning firm.

Lindgren previously served as senior project manager. Since joining Luckett & Farley in 2012, his project work has included renovations at African American Heritage Center, the proposed Shawnee Outdoor Learning Center and the Jefferson Community Technical College theater. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hanover College and a Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis.

“Boz’s talent and love for our hometown and home state makes him the perfect person to lead the new studio with passion and dedication,” said Luckett & Farley President and CEO Aric Andrew. “He is the right person to oversee the diverse projects of this studio, which create spaces in our communities for citizens to connect and thrive.”

The Civic Design Studio reflects Luckett & Farley’s commitment to community involvement and creating spaces that invite civic engagement. The multi-disciplinary design studio leads creative and technical projects from neighborhood parks to major urban developments. While the firm has been active in Louisville projects for decades, the creation of the new Civic Design Studio and move to place Lindgren at its head demonstrates the firm’s dedication and commitment to investing in Louisville and surrounding communities, making each hometown a better place to live and work.

Luckett & Farley is Kentucky’s largest and the nation’s oldest continuously operating architecture firm. The employee-owned company offers all design and engineering services under one roof, including architects, engineers, interior designers and developers to turn civic clients’ objectives into outcomes. Recent work includes transformational projects including the Republic Bank Foundation YMCA in west Louisville. For more information, visit luckett-farley.com/work/civic.