Design Firm Little Expands Durham Interiors Studio
Both Benner and Byers have expertise in market sectors such as corporate, retail, hospitality, healthcare, research /technology, critical facilities, civic and education.
Architecture firm Little announced that Todd Benner and Rob Byers have joined the firm’s Durham, N.C., office as leaders in its workplace interiors practice. Both Benner and Byers have regional, national, and international expertise and have completed projects in market sectors such as corporate, retail, hospitality, healthcare, research /technology, critical facilities, civic and education.
With more than 17 years of experience, Benner will serve as the Interiors Studio Leader and will be responsible for advancing the interiors practice throughout the surrounding market. Although having worked most recently with a firm in Dubai, Benner has roots in North Carolina and has worked on many local projects including, Quintiles Plaza at Imperial Tower, Butterball National Headquarters and the Social Security Data Center. In addition, he has worked with nationally known clients such as the Cleveland Clinic, BB&T, and BlueCross and BlueShield.
Byers joins as Senior Designer for the Durham Interiors Studio. His 20 years of experience includes a wide variety of architecture and interior design projects. Some of his notable clients include Porsche, Turner Broadcasting, Invesco, Coca-Cola, and Hewlett Packard. +
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