Josh A. Siebert, Assoc. AIA
partner | designer
I am intrigued by the discovery process and the environment in which new thoughts and ideas are formed. Architecture is found at the intersection of science and art and the studio environment is the place where great things happen. With a background in construction and metal fabrication, my desire is for architecture and exploration to be merged into the collaborative process that is today, Modus Studio.
Upon graduating from University of Arkansas in 2002 with a degree in Architecture and a minor in Art I moved to Kansas City with my wife to work for the firm HOK Sport +Venue+ Event. With a love for Architecture and passion for Sports this firm was a perfect fit. After three and a half years of designing numerous projects nationally and abroad, such as the new Sabina Park Cricket Club and the Washington Nationals Baseball Stadium, I moved back to Arkansas to pursue projects smaller in scale. At the end of 2005 I took a job with the San Diego based firm Tucker Sadler Architects in their Rogers, Arkansas office. Having diversified myself in a wide range of projects from small tenant infill to high rise design Tucker Sadler provided a great platform to learn a wide variety of skills in a relatively short amount of time. Early in 2008 I left Tucker Sadler to pursue interests in the local NWA development market.
In June of 2008, Chris and I came together to explore our combined interests. We have been fortunate to be working with clients that are excited about the possibilities and process of turning their projects into architecture. We are eager to make a difference in the way clients view architecture and how we can shape the built environment.