DOUGLAS E. FULLER
PROJECT ARCHITECT
AIA A registered architect, Fuller earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1973, from Kent State University. In his more than 40 years of practice in Kent, Ohio, he has a breadth of completed work in the areas of historic preservation and adaptive reuse, as well as educational facilities, municipal projects, office, industrial, site development and planning projects. He is head of the Firm’s Adaptive Re-use Studio.
dfuller@dsarchitecture.com
ABOUT DOUG

Where did you grow up?

 

Wenham, Massachusetts, it is a very small town about 24 miles north of Boston (near the coast)

 

How long have you been with DS Architecture?

 

Since 2014

 

Favorite project and why?

 

All of the Acorn Alley projects, in particular the renovation of the Old Franklin Hotel

 

Favorite hobby or past time?

 

Local history, hiking, and biking but I do not do enough of either. KSU sports.

 

What super power would you have?

 

Heck, I’d just like to have my normal powers from 30 years ago.

 

What was your favorite vacation spot?

 

10 Hen Pecked Row, Province Lake, New Hampshire, family camp for 50 years. (now sold)

 

Do you have any pets?

 

2 cats, 1 dog,  and a  Rat Terrier

 

DOUGLAS E. FULLER
PROJECT ARCHITECT
AIA A registered architect, Fuller earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1973, from Kent State University. In his more than 40 years of practice in Kent, Ohio, he has a breadth of completed work in the areas of historic preservation and adaptive reuse, as well as educational facilities, municipal projects, office, industrial, site development and planning projects. He is head of the Firm’s Adaptive Re-use Studio.
dfuller@dsarchitecture.com
ABOUT DOUG
DOUGLAS E. FULLER
PROJECT ARCHITECT
AIA A registered architect, Fuller earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1973, from Kent State University. In his more than 40 years of practice in Kent, Ohio, he has a breadth of completed work in the areas of historic preservation and adaptive reuse, as well as educational facilities, municipal projects, office, industrial, site development and planning projects. He is head of the Firm’s Adaptive Re-use Studio.
dfuller@dsarchitecture.com
ABOUT DOUG
DOUGLAS E. FULLER
PROJECT ARCHITECT
AIA A registered architect, Fuller earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1973, from Kent State University. In his more than 40 years of practice in Kent, Ohio, he has a breadth of completed work in the areas of historic preservation and adaptive reuse, as well as educational facilities, municipal projects, office, industrial, site development and planning projects. He is head of the Firm’s Adaptive Re-use Studio.
dfuller@dsarchitecture.com
ABOUT DOUG