Charles G. Hull, AIA

Direct: 1-404-264-6505

Chuck has over thirty years of experience in the Planning, Design, and Project Management of Multifamily, Hospitality, Office, Worship, Education, Government, and Mixed Use developments. The primary focus of his career has been design. He has a great interest in architectural history and has worked in a broad range of design styles, drawing on the lessons of the great architecture of the past to create contextually appropriate contemporary buildings rich in detail and spatial experiences. He believes that every building project should develop from its unique situation, the possibilities inherent in the program, and the goals of the client.

In 1991, Chuck moved to Singapore to found Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates Private Limited which focuses on projects in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, India and China. During his four years there, the firm delivered projects in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and India. The challenge of working in different cultures has given him an appreciation of the importance of teamwork, and of understanding and adapting to the working methods of his clients and collaborators.

Smallwood worked diligently to develop just the right architectural features that cause our customers to actually take notice of the design features and comment on what a beautiful facility we have.”

Paul Cramer
Executive Director
The Classic Center


American Institute of Architects


National Council of Architectural Registration Boards


Master of Architecture
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982

Bachelor of Science with High Honor
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979

École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris 1978-1979

Industry Leadership

BISNOW Panel Moderator, Atlanta Adaptive Reuse and Conversions Boom, 2022, Atlanta

Conference Speaker, Hospitality Design Expo & Conference, 2001, Las Vegas

Conference Speaker, Council on Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat, 2015, Atlanta

Judge, Structural Engineers Association of Georgia, 2016

The Cay Building - Historic Preservation Award, Historic Savannah Foundation

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