Hinson+Dagg Architects is an architecture firm committed to helping our clients realize projects which reflect a commitment to design excellence, an ethic of stewardship for the environment, and a sense of connection to climate and culture of the places where we live and work.
Hinson+Dagg was founded in 2005 by David W. Hinson, FAIA and Christian Dagg, AIA. While specializing in custom residential projects, the principals have experience in commercial, institutional, and religious buildings. Hinson+Dagg Architects provides both architecture and interior architecture services, assistance with site selection and feasibility analysis, site planning and design, and green building certification.
Contact: 1487 McCurry Lane Auburn, Alabama 36830 334-703-8300
David Hinson has over 25 years of practice experience spanning from residential to commercial, religious, and institutional work. In addition to his role in Hinson+Dagg, David serves as a professor in the school of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture at Auburn University. He previously served as School Head and has been a member of the faculty since 1997. David earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Auburn University in 1982 and a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1983. David began his professional career in Philadelphia, where he spent fifteen years in practice before joining the faculty at Auburn. David has earned five national teaching awards and was elevated to the AIA’s College of Fellows in 2008. Major Projects: Southside Opelika, Dugas Residence, Browning Residence, Hemard Residence.
Christian Dagg has experience working on projects at the urban scale to the residential scale. Since 2000, Christian has been on the faculty of Auburn University’s School of Architecture and is currently serving as the Head of the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture. Christian holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (1999) and a Bachelor of Science in Art degree from Northeastern University (1993). Major Projects: Earnhardt Residence, Herbert Residence, Dugas Residence, Browning Residence