HPD Architecture + Interiors, based in Dallas, Texas, specializes in residential design. Since its inception in 2008, the woman-owned firm has focused on new home design, renovations, remodels, and additions for private residences.
Partners, Holly Hall and Laura Davis collaborate on each project with an eye for detail and personalized service for each client, bringing together architecture and interior design. The pair have extensive experience in home design ranging from small bathroom and kitchen remodels to extensive additions to luxury residences.
Holly and Laura approach each project from the inside out by understanding first how the homeowners and their families wish to live in their homes. They work together to combine architecture and interior design to reflect the needs, personality, lifestyle, and desired investment of the homeowner.
Holly Hall, CAPS
President, Architect, Interior Designer
Holly Hall is a founding member and serves as President of hpd architecture + interiors. She guides those around her as principal, project architect, designer, and manager. She is a registered architect and interior designer in the state of Texas.
As a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, Holly uses a universal design approach to creating living spaces that will nurture a family as long as they want to stay in their home.
Holly has a keen interest in library and residential design. Her portfolio ranges from small remodels and additions to major renovations of single-family homes and private high-rise residences.
- The University of Texas at Arlington, Master of Architecture, 1978
- The University of Texas at Arlington, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1976
- The University of Texas at Austin, 1970-74
- Registered Architect, Texas 8257
- Registered Interior Designer, Texas 1226
- Certified Aging in Place Specialist, National Association of Home Builders
Vice President, Architect, Interior Designer
Laura Davis is a registered architect and interior designer in the state of Texas and a founding member of hpd architecture + interiors. Laura has a range of experience that includes residential as well as commercial, retail, and historical projects.
As a certificate holder in Historic Preservation, Laura enjoys working with existing spaces to bring new life to older properties. She is energized by the character of older homes and the stories of those who have lived there. Responding to the needs of the current owner, while also honoring the personality of the original home is a delicate process to be enjoyed.
Laura’s passion is discovering her clients’ personal wants and needs, as well as the “why” behind their wish list. The details of their lifestyle, the daily activities of their family members, and learning what gets them up in the morning all help shape the design that makes a house their home.
- Texas A&M University, Master of Architecture, 2001
- Texas A&M University, Certificate in Historic Preservation, 2001
- Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Environmental Design, 1997
- Registered Architect, Texas 21533
- Registered Interior Designer, Texas 10685
We value our networking partnerships and remain active in local professional and business networking groups.
- Dallas Woman’s Forum
- The Architecture Happy Hour Networking Group
- TEAM Networking – CBD Chapter
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
- Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS)
- Provide personalized guidance and personalized options to individuals who face challenges living in their homes.
- Help seniors and their families feel safe and comfortable in their homes.
- Create accessible and comfortable environments for individuals with disabilities.
We would all like to think we are not getting older. And no one wants to admit they don’t bound up stairs quite as quickly as they used to.
As residential architects and interior designers, we have the opportunity to develop long-term relationships with many clients, with some relationships spanning over 25 years. We have the privilege of watching families grow and assisting with their changing needs.
In a recent meeting with one long-term client who happens to be living with a degenerative illness, the discussion about their master bath renovation became about not just making the space beautiful but also accessible. We were with them as their children grew up and left home, and now we have the opportunity to assist them in their next phase of life.
In 2010, hpd architecture + interiors came together to discuss our vision for the next 10 years. We quickly realized that as architects we would soon start seeing the need for more accessible living environments. We saw an opportunity to talk with current and future clients about how to make the most of where they live.
We decided to create an avenue where we could focus attention on design, renovation, and construction of homes that were accessible for all clients-from young couples looking for their first home to people needing a place that works with their disabilities to empty-nesters who enjoy their home but need more functionality as they grow older.