G r e g   M i x
& A s s o c i a t e s  A r c h i t e c t s  I nc  A.I.A.
A Studio of Southeast Studios Inc.   gregmix@comcast.net   770-806-8866
Through his extensive travels of Europe and the United States he has gained an appreciation of both Neo-Classical and Modern European and American architecture which he incorporates into his designs.

He has extensive experience in single family residential design, both modern and traditional.  Many of my homes have been built in Buckhead and Brookhaven as well as prestigious subdivisions in the Atlanta area such as River Club, Sugarloaf, Sweet Bottom Plantation, St. Ives and Country Club of the South.  The personalized services he provides to his clients result in beautiful homes that accommodate the needs, desires and life styles of his clients.

Greg Mix has been a Registered Architect in Georgia since 1982.  He is registered with the NCARB and therefore has reciprocity to practice in all fifty states. He has been practicing continuously in the southeast since 1978.  He has been the principal of his own firm, Greg Mix & Associates Architects Inc. A.I.A. since 1987.  He has been a member of the American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.) Atlanta Chapter since 1989.  His experience includes commercial, industrial, multi-family, mixed use, offices, banks, retail stores, shopping centers, custom homes, additions and renovations.

He graduated from the University of Cincinnati, Department of Architecture in 1978. At UC he learned how to coordinate with mechanical, plumbing, electrical and structural engineers by working with them first hand. 

He’s worked with many architectural firms in Ohio, Kentucky and Georgia.  He’s also worked with great architects & designers Fred Bainbridge, Wakefield/Beasley, Peter Hand, Chapman-Coyle-Chapman, William T. Baker and Harrison Design Inc.

His collaboration with fellow architect Andy Jessup goes as far back as 1996.  In 2003 Andy Jessup and Greg Mix joined forces and founded a new company called Southeast Studios, Inc., but re-formed it in 2011 with a change in partners.  Greg Mix & Associates Architects Inc. A.I.A. was incorporated into that firm as the high end residential design studio of that firm.

Andy Jessup is a graduate of Georgia Tech in 1984 with a Master of Architecture. He was registered in 1988 and began practicing shortly thereafter. His firm, known as Drawing Board Atlanta Inc., is also an affiliate studio of Southeast Studios, Inc.

At our website SoutheastStudiosInc.com you can see more information about our commercial projects.

Mr. Mix's hobbies and interest include travel, photography, military figure painting and model building.  In fact all of the photos on this website were taken by him.  One can see his travel blogs about his trips to Holland, France, Italy and Germany as well as several sites in the southeastern USA at http://gregmixarchitect.blogspot.com/

He has been a member in good standing of the Atlanta Military Figure Society since 1997.   This is a group of people you share a passion for the study of and painting of historical military miniatures.  One example of Greg's work can be seen in his blog about the Shawnee Chief Pucksinwah, the father of Tecumseh, who lived in the area of Ohio where Greg grew up http://gregmixarchitect.blogspot.com/2013/04/scale-model-figure-painting-shawnee.html

He's also a member of the Atlanta Chapter of the International Plastic Modelers Society, The Atlanta Armor Modeling & Preservation Society and the Atlanta Model Shipwrights as he's had a passion for building historically correct models of aircraft, ships and armored vehicles.  In fact he has a business of repairing historic wooden ship models.

The Tusitala Restoration Project was a badly damaged wooden ship model from the thirties of a Square Rigger that was owned by the president of U.S. Steel James A. Ferrell.

He is currently working on a model of the Swedish Warship Wasa which capsized and sank in 1628.  Ninety-five percent of the actual ship has been raised and is preserved in a museum in Stockholm.  He has been in contact with the curator of the museum and has obtained drawings of the ship, its contruction details and its rigging layout.

His family descends from a long line of Connecticut sailors and sea captains so he grew up working on his father's wooden and fiberglass sail boats and served on the Board of Governors of the Lake Lanier Sailing Club for four years and acted as Rear Commodore for one year.

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