Aric LasherHammond Beeby Rupert Ainge

Aric LasherHammond Beeby Rupert Ainge

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  • The firm was founded in 1961 by James Wright Hammond, who conceived the practice as an opportunity to collaborate closely with his clients through all phases of the design and construction process. Thomas Beeby joined the firm in 1971, later joined by partners Dennis Rupert and Gary Ainge. Originally known as Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge, they now are simply HBRA. The company is now led by Aric Lasher who joined the firm in 1985. HBRA has maintained their offices in Chicago since their founding.

    The firm was founded in 1961 by James Wright Hammond, who conceived the practice as an opportunity to collaborate closely with his clients through all phases of the design and construction process. Thomas Beeby joined the firm in 1971, later joined by partners Dennis Rupert and Gary Ainge. Originally known as Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge, they now are simply HBRA. The company is now led by Aric Lasher who joined the firm in 1985. HBRA has maintained their offices in Chicago since their founding.

  • Architect: , Chicago, IL; Aric Lasher, FAIA, President and Director of Design; Dennis E. Rupert, FAIA, Principal in Charge; William J. Kinane, Jr., Project Architect

    On the southwest edge of the town, Aric Lasher of HBRA Architects in Chicago, is creating a neighborhood named French 1710. The very first stage will have 37 related townhouses and 4 single-family residences, ranging from four,800 square ft to 6,900 square ft.

    Name Title and Company Location Updated
    Aric Lasher Architect Principal, Director of Design
    Chicago, Illinois   6/2/16

  • On the southwest edge of the town, Aric Lasher of HBRA Architects in Chicago, is creating a neighborhood named French 1710. The very first stage will have 37 related townhouses and 4 single-family residences, ranging from four,800 square ft to 6,900 square ft.

About Aric Lasher from the University of Chicago Press website.

Aric Lasher is Director of Design for HBRA. As lead designer, he works with the project team to establish the design direction, oversees the work through the design development phase of a project, and in subsequent phases continues to monitor its conformance to the original design intent through review of design documents, material selection, and detailing.