David Rogers

AIA, LEED AP
Associate Principal, Atlanta

The son of a physicist, David grew up surrounded by science. As a child, he spent countless hours in the lab and exploring Georgia Tech’s campus (his father was a professor!), all while doodling in his sketchbook.

Intrigued by the intersection of art and science and passionate about history, David was drawn to architecture, a discipline where he could exercise his creativity while staying grounded in science and structure. David is passionate about using technology to drive design, collaborate with his peers, and communicate with clients by truly immersing himself in the spaces he creates.

David is drawn to adaptive reuse projects, as they provide opportunities to see and respond to rich layers of history. He enjoys a good puzzle and the excitement of discovery, all of which factor into his latest passion: restoring his 1919 historical home.

Clemson University, Watt Family Innovation Center
David and team's design for the Watt Family Innovation Center resulted in a space that serves as the campus' hub for innovation.
Clemson University Watt Family Innovation Center, Clemson, South Carolina
“It is necessary to ask ourselves as designers: how do we respond to history in a way that is meaningful to the next generation?”
David's design consolidates a broad program formerly dispersed over multiple locations.
Kansas State University Engineering Complex, Manhattan, Kansas
David and team's renovations to this 1987 project created an integrated facility for GMU’s science community.
George Mason University Exploratory Hall, Fairfax, Virginia
Fun Fact about David
While studying classical archeology at Harvard, David was famous on campus for his daily cartoons in the Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper.

David's Featured Work

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Kansas State University Engineering Complex Phase IV
Manhattan, Kansas
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Confidential Hospitality Project – Madinaty
Madinaty, Egypt
Clemson University, Watt Family Innovation Center
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Clemson University Watt Family Innovation Center
Clemson, South Carolina
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No. 2 Opus Place
Atlanta, Georgia