Transforming ordinary moments into lasting impressions
Frequently named amongst the giants of hospitality, we shape spaces that transform ordinary moments into lasting impressions. We anchor our designs in both story and operational efficiency, because we believe form and function are equals, and great design leaves no space for ego. Decades of work with hoteliers, developers, and management teams means we understand how hotels function and where design can deliver.
We are champions of guest experience, and advocates for branded, curated details that elevate the everyday. And, as one the oldest design firms in the nation, we know a thing or two about what it takes to stay fresh and relevant in a constantly changing landscape.
Historic + Adaptive Reuse
Distinctive hospitality experiences for every traveler.
As a principal in Baskervill’s award-winning hospitality division, Brad Richards, AIA, leads the firm’s ground up, prototype, and interior architecture projects for select- and full-service, lifestyle, and boutique brands. The majority of his 20+-year career has been focused on guest and consumer experience—translating the brand ethos to physical space—for clients such as Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Target, Lowes, Starbucks, Capital One, Performance Food Group, and Barnes & Noble, to name a few. Brad believes that good design is rooted in the context by which it is surrounded and has the power to effect positive change in our day-to-day lives.
AIA, RID, LEED AP
Terri Callaway is an architect, a leader, and a mentor. Renowned for her technical skill and deep knowledge of codes and construction methods, she is a go-to resource not only for her growing teams but for young talent across the firm. Over her 30-year career, Terri has worked in several markets but a focus in hospitality over the last decade means she understands how to work within brand standards to achieve the cost-effective but experience-driven designs her clients are looking for. Terri believes in building relationships, exploring various perspectives, and advocating for solutions – lessons she readily shares with young architects following in her footsteps.
Bob Tierney views architecture as an exploratory process full of connections and possibilities. You’ll often find him tinkering in his sketchbook, where bold lines and hatch marks evolve into client-centric designs with form and function. His deep knowledge of how hotel operations impact design means Bob works closely with our design teams to explore ways in which our work can positively impact efficiency while providing a memorable guest experience .Passionate about learning and discovery, Bob excels in advancing design education and lends his expertise to the community through his involvement as a member of the Virginia Commonwealth University Architectural Review Committee, AIA Richmond Chapter, and the Venture Richmond Architectural Review Board.
CID, NCIDQ, LEED AP
Patricia Lopez’s life, and career, are centered on her core belief: bring love and laughter to everything you do. It’s a philosophy rooted in her Latin upbringing – where joy infused everything from food to style – and a central tenet of her design ethos today. Her commitment to getting to know her clients means Patricia’s designs are not only ‘grammable but highly curated, layered, and functionally-sound. Having spent the entirety of her career in hospitality design, Patricia has an acute understanding of how hotels operate, where owners will see the most return on their investments, and how design decisions can shape the operational efficiency and performance of a property. A Boutique 18 Honoree in 2020, Patricia thrives on collaboration and connection with clients and colleagues alike.
Principal | Managing Director, Washington DC
Adrienne has over two decades of experience as an interior designer in the hospitality industry, working with clients such as Marriott, Gaylord, Ritz Carlton, Moxy and more. Known for a research-based approach to products and processes, Adrienne delivers design work meant to withstand the ever-changing needs of guests, clients, and brands alike. With deep experience in every phase of design, she’s a sought-after mentor to young designers. Prior to Baskervill, Adrienne worked independently for 15 years as a consultant to major hoteliers leading prototype development and design. Adrienne also serves as Managing Director of the firm’s Washington DC office.
Associate | Design Director
As an associate and design director for Baskervill’s hospitality division, Beth Temple understands the importance of communication when talking with clients about a project. Her ability to think big and meet clients’ operational goals means clients return to Beth time and again for her keen eye and fresh approach to challenges. Clients rely on her not only for her thoughtful and intuitive design methodology but her extensive expertise and inspired and intelligent choices. Her work has won a number of awards, including a Gold Key Award of Hospitality Design Finalist honor for Best Hotel Design for the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort at Bonnet Creek.
Associate | Architect
Focused in hospitality, Michael Harper’s hard work, dedication, and attention to detail is evident in all aspects of the design process, from schematic design to construction documents. Michael is creative and resourceful, a skilled communicator who understands the value of cultivating great relationships with clients. His experience with code research— including accessibility codes and ADA hotel surveys—and construction inspection gives him a thorough working knowledge of the complex relationships between structural elements, MEP systems, and roofing, window and wall assemblies.
Associate | Architect
For Sandra Pantelic – associate, architect, and team leader in our Hospitality studio – collaboration is everything. She works closely with clients, colleagues, and consultants to look at projects holistically before digging into every detail. Her highly technical approach means Sandra is intensely knowledgeable about codes, requirements and constructability, skills her team and her clients rely on for big, new build projects and complex renovations. Her work speaks to a love of form and the nuanced balance of beauty and functionality.
Associate | Studio Director
David Wilbourne is a Studio Director in Baskervill’s bustling hospitality division. He comes to us from New York’s famed Rockwell Group, where he worked on projects ranging from tiny, couture jewelry stores to NFL Stadiums and Las Vegas casinos, boutique hotels, and much, much more. His critical eye for detail and nuance, combined with a passion for the built environment and an incredibly gregarious personality make David a formidable member of design teams. His ability to weave unforgettable stories is one of his most memorable qualities; a trait he brings to his layered and elegant design work for complex renovations and new builds alike.
Associate | Project Designer
Over the last several years, if there was a complex new build hotel project, it’s likely Andrew Hartman was on it. From tight urban sites to greenfield acreage, Andrew’s highly technical and team-centered approach has been critical in seeing projects through from concept to opening day. His deep construction knowledge and understanding of how hotels function makes him an incredible asset to owners, developers, and brands; his client relationships a testament to his skill in creating collaborative, cohesive teams that get it done.
Eric Haley believes that integrated design approaches are simply good for business. As director of engineering, Eric leads collaborative teams to deliver comprehensive solutions where form and function are equals. A powerful advocate for sustainability, Eric works closely with clients to help them understand not only the environmental benefits of going green but the financial savings they’ll see over the lifetime of their systems, making sustainability measure achievable for all. A renaissance man who loves tennis, cooking, and Star Wars, Eric brings an approachable and relatable perspective to his work on complex systems for projects large and small.
T.K. has nearly 30 years of experience designing electrical systems for hospitality, corporate, retail and government clients. His guiding philosophy—to engineer with intent—steers clients toward budget-friendly solutions that work for the long haul. T.K. is a leader in the electrical engineering industry, staying actively involved in the National Society of Professional Engineers. A diehard football fan who loves a good tackle, T.K. knows the value of keeping an eye on the prize.