We are deep into the digital revolution and the physical shopping environment offers retailers a unique opportunity to give customers a tangible and memorable sensory experience. Brick-and-mortar is not just here to stay- it's more important than ever.

Roy Hague
LEED AP
Vice President

Roy excels in finding creative solutions for his clients’ challenges while embracing their standards and schedules. As a CallisonRTKL Fellow, he researches global brand management and the link between brand promises and the built environment. He then integrates this understanding into his design process so he can advance projects that exceed customer expectations.

Expertise

Architecture
Retail Stores
North America

Education

Master of Architecture University of Washington
Bachelor of Science Architectural Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee