OUR STORY

Since 1999, Nequette Architecture & Design has tackled community-focused projects including mixed-use town centers, multi-family housing, infill commercial spaces in urban settings, and market-rate residential neighborhoods—always with the goal to solve problems, create a sense of place, and foster relationships with clients, designers, and the people who build their lives in the spaces we create.

As part of our commitment to community, the firm moved to Downtown Birmingham in 2016. The Thomas Building—a renovation and restoration of what once was the W.S. Brown Mercantile Building and the former Harold’s Furniture building on 2nd Avenue North—encapsulates our passion for mixed-use design, featuring two retail fronts, loft apartments and office spaces, and Nequette Architects’ new home on the top floor. This is what we are all about: building up the communities we live in and telling the unique story of a place through authentic craftsmanship.

Today, we are an ever-growing team of designers and problem solvers bringing people together and nurturing communities with thoughtful planning and beautiful design.

OUR STORY

Since 1999, Nequette Architecture & Design has tackled community-focused projects including mixed-use town centers, multi-family housing, infill commercial spaces in urban settings, and market-rate residential neighborhoods—always with the goal to solve problems, create a sense of place, and foster relationships with clients, designers, and the people who build their lives in the spaces we create.

As part of our commitment to community, the firm moved to Downtown Birmingham in 2016. The Thomas Building—a renovation and restoration of what once was the W.S. Brown Mercantile Building and the former Harold’s Furniture building on 2nd Avenue North—encapsulates our passion for mixed-use design, featuring two retail fronts, loft apartments and office spaces, and Nequette Architects’ new home on the top floor. This is what we are all about: building up the communities we live in and telling the unique story of a place through authentic craftsmanship.

Today, we are an ever-growing team of designers and problem solvers bringing people together and nurturing communities with thoughtful planning and beautiful design.

OUR TEAM

Louis Nequette

Founder / Chief Architect

Seth Rodwell

Firm Leader / Project Architect

Travis Burke

Director of Special Projects

Eric Wadsworth

Principal Architect

Sarah Jelks

Team Leader / Interior Designer

Denise Bowen

Business Manager

Mark Riddle

Project Architect

Jared Calhoun

Team Leader / Project Architect

Timothy Carl

Project Architect

Emily Rivers

Interior Designer

Emma Clark

Project Manager

Nick Hester

Team Leader / Project Architect

Keaton Ernst

Project Manager

Tiffiany Shaw

Furnishings Coordinator / Interior Designer

Caroline Barr

Office Manager

Alex Roach

Office Manager

Nick Fisby

Project Manager

Kelsey Brigati

Project Manager

Arden Gillchrest

Project Manager

Jamin Pendergraft

Project Manager

Elliot Brown

Project Manager

Weave was founded in 2018 by Chad Martin, a brand designer who has been in the architectural world for over twenty years. Living in the details as buildings take shape, he has an understanding and awareness of the small moves that can change an average space to a unique one. With a focus in environmental branding, he is able to shape a space to create a memorable experience. With a passion for thoughtful placemaking, Chad founded Weave to help intertwine branding with the built environment.

AWARDS

The Palladio Awards

ICAA – Addison Mizner Award

International Interior Design Association – Alabama

Nequette Office, The Thomas Building

Nequette Lake House

Best In Show – Nequette Architecture & Design

American Institute of Architects – Birmingham

Shaias Homewood

Dungan Nequette Office

Edenton Lofts

Silverock Cove Thunderhouse

Creekside of Auburn

Hopkins Finley Residence

Hoover Fire Station No. 2

American Institute of Architects – Alabama

Elton Stephens River House

Hoover Fire Station No. 10 – Ross Bridge

Edenton Lofts

Silverock Cove Thunderhouse

American Society of Interior Designers – Alabama

Lubbock Clubhouse