Baltimore-based design, planning, architecture, interiors, and graphics firm DDG has promoted Jonathan Fisher and Brian Hearn to the position of Associate.
Fisher, who joined DDG in 2007, is known for his ability to work across program platforms to design, visualize, and document projects with great precision and efficiency. “Jonathan consistently demonstrates a unique talent and the leadership skills that have made him an extremely valuable player,” says DDG Chairman, CEO, and President Ahsin Rasheed.
Hearn has served as a Senior Project Designer for DDG since 2011. A registered architect, NCARB Certified, and LEED accredited professional, “Brian approaches all project phases and building types with equal passion, making him an extremely valuable asset for any project challenge,” notes Rasheed.
DDG is recognized as an industry leader, with a reputation for producing quality, innovative, and visionary design for more than three decades. Among the company’s many highly successful, award-winning commercial endeavors are Istanbul, Turkey’s Istinye Park, Pondok Indah in Jakarta, Indonesia, Easton Town Center near Columbus, Ohio, and the 2013 ICSC Latin American Shopping Center Award winning Portales retail project in Guatemala City.
DDG recently announced it will be responsible for master planning, architectural design, environmental graphics, and coordination with local architects for two new retail projects in Ghana. While DDG previously has worked in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Egypt, the new retail projects mark the first time the company has worked in western Africa.