Sean Guth, Lose Design

Rutherford County resident Sean Guth, AIA, NCARB, LEED® AP, has been promoted to Associate Vice President of the Architecture Division at Lose Design. Guth has been with the firm since 2013.

“Sean brings both outstanding skills in architecture and urban design to our team and we are pleased to promote him into this role of greater responsibility,” said Chris Camp, President and CEO of Lose Design.

“He is proficient in utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) and other technologies for integrated project design, management and delivery,” added Camp. “Sean has experience in both multi-million-dollar project budgeting and sustainable design principles. He also possesses the ability to integrate building design into the overall site context for an integrated design solution.”

Notable projects Guth has been involved with include the Adams Tennis Complex in Murfreesboro, the Bellevue Community Center and Ice Facility, the Hal and Berni Hanson Regional Park in Loudon County, Virginia, the Morristown Public Works Facility, the Southeast Community Center, Library, Park, and Ford Ice Center in Antioch, and New City Design in Guangzhou, China.

Guth’s career began in the greater Denver area. He has since worked around the world on a variety of projects, learning how to integrate architecture and urban design in a way that addresses both social and environmental sustainability while highlighting quality, creativity, and budget-sensitive solutions.

Guth earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2007 and both his Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Design from the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning in 2009. He is a passionate outdoorsman, enjoys traveling, and is a resident of Rutherford County where he operates a large farm with his wife and daughter.

Lose Design is an award-winning professional design services firm offering its clients a single-source of responsibility for architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering, and planning. The firm maintains offices in Nashville, Knoxville, and the Atlanta area. For more information on Lose Design and its services, please visit Follow Lose Design on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for the latest news and updates.