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Joseph & Joseph Architects opens Nashville office

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Kentucky-based design firm Joseph & Joseph Architects is thrilled to announce the opening of their new office in Nashville, Tennessee. In business for more than 115 years, the firm is nationally recognized for its work in distillery, hospitality, parks, historic preservation, and multi-family residential architecture.

The strategic decision to expand Joseph & Joseph’s reach to Music City was made because of Nashville’s rich history and diverse economy. As a vital hub for industry, creative talent and regional growth, the firm looks forward to supporting the city, strengthening its communities, and engaging its people through high-impact design.

The Nashville office, located at 2 Music Circle South, Nashville, TN 37203, will be led by architect Danny Ruberg, AIA, Sustainability Director at Joseph & Joseph – in collaboration with Cash Moter, AIA, Partner-in-Charge and University of Tennessee College of Architecture graduate.

“We are elated to plant roots and become ingrained in the Nashville market,” said Moter. “With Danny at the helm, our clients will benefit from a highly experienced, sustainability-forward design team that develops projects from the dual perspective of architect and neighbor. This empathetic and steadfast approach will catalyze new connections and opportunities for the Nashville office and Joseph & Joseph as a growing design practice.”

Danny Ruberg, AIA will leverage his industry relationships, sustainability expertise and the firm’s broad design resources to position Joseph & Joseph as a local architectural leader in the Nashville market. Before joining Joseph & Joseph, Danny worked at Nashville-based Gresham Smith Partners, where he was a project architect and sustainability champion for some of the practice’s most celebrated work, including more than 3 million square feet of mixed-use office buildings. Danny advocates for sustainable design strategies that conserve energy and reduce embodied carbon – all vital to creating healthy built environments. Danny studied sustainability at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Kentucky.

“Having called Nashville home for almost a decade, I am proud to lead Joseph & Joseph’s new Nashville office,” said Ruberg. “The city is thriving, and we feel confident our expertise in experiential hospitality, historic preservation, adaptive reuse and parks will help create projects that enhance the Nashville community and region.”

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