HBA names new U.S. partner, associates

Several of Hirsch Bedner's U.S. offices have appointed new lead designers and senior partners.

Richard Tennill has been promoted from senior associate to partner at HBA’s Los Angeles office. With more than 25 years of experience in architecture and interior design, including 14 years with HBA, Tennill specializes in conceptualizing large-scale projects. An AIA-registered and licensed architect, notable projects within his portfolio include Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown, Marina Bay Sands Resort in Singapore and a mixed-use development in Flushing, N.Y. 
 
Christy Coleman brings 13 years of combined experience in architecture and hospitality design to her new role as associate at HBA in Los Angeles. She joins HBA from Gulla Jonsdottir Architecture and Design.
 
Five additional designers have been promoted to associate across HBA’s U.S. offices and subdivisions: Ashley Bright, HBA Los Angeles; Valeria Gidaszewski-Lassalle, HBA Los Angeles; Charlie Mendoza; HBA Atlanta; Michelle Tran, HBA San Francisco; and Sherry Kobashigawa, Studio HBA Los Angeles.

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