Bill Hunter, Architect

Bill Hunter, Architect

Bill Hunter, Architect

William Kendall Hunter, Jr. – 1933

Education:

1956 – Bachelor of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Registered:

Florida, New York, Texas, Minnesota, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and Colorado

Academic Appointments:

1984 – Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Firms:

1966 – Moore and May Architects, Gainesville, Florida

1966 – 1975 – Adams & Hunter Associate Architects, Gainesville, Florida

1976 – 1988 – W.K. Hunter, Jr. Architects, Gainesville, Florida

1988 – Hunter/McKellips Associates, Architects, Gainesville, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

Gargoyle Society, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

1966 -1986 – President, American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

Past Vice President, Treasurer and Chapter Director, American  Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

Military Service:

1957 – 1966 – Civil Engineering Corps of the United States Navy

1957 – Bronze Star Medal for Leadership, Honor and Service, United States Navy

Honors:

1982 – Award for Design Excellence, Paynes Prairie State Museum, Visitor Center,  American Institute of Architects (AIA)

1984 – Governor’s Design Award, Paynes Prairie State Museum, Visitor Center,  Governor Bob Graham, State of Florida

Notable Works:

1963 – Hunter Residence, Levy, Florida

1963 – Residence, Madison Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1964 – Residence, Micanopy, Florida

1969 – Bartlett Residence, Keystone, Florida

1969 – Westwood Jr. High School Addition, 3215 NW 15th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1969 – Hill Residence with Michael Lee Adams, Florida Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1982 – Paynes Prairie State Museum/Visitor Center, 100 Savannah Boulevard, Micanopy, Florida

1991 – Bat House, Museum Road, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

1982 – Paynes Prairie State Museum/Visitor Center,
100 Savannah Boulevard 
Micanopy, Florida
1963 – Hunter Residence,
Levy, Florida
 
1963 – Plans for Hunter Residence