Whether constructive or destructive, ever since he can remember, Hunter Duplantier has spent a large deal of time tinkering in the garage. This fascination of how things work and their interrelationship is what brought him to the world of design. In terms of architecture, it was the pedagogy based on developing a way of thinking and the creation of perpetual objects and spaces that has pushed Hunter to where he is today.
A graduate of the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Hunter focused his undergraduate career on sustainability and green system integration. While in school, he lived in the first Passive Certified, LEED Platinum residence in the Gulf South. In this residence, he assisted in recording and analyzing environmental conditions, as well as energy consumption. As a graduate student in the Masters program at the Tulane School of Architecture, Hunter focused on execution and community outreach. Over the two-year duration of the program, Hunter was involved in design-build studios with The Tulane City Center and URBANbuild programs.
Hunter joined Broadmoor Design Group full time in the Summer of 2014, but this is not his first time working with the firm. Hunter has spent many summers with Broadmoor, assisting with project proposals and construction documents as well as in-field documentation and negotiation. He now focuses on architectural visualization and digital marketing methods.
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