Studied Architectural/Engineering Technology at the University of Southern Mississippi and Graduated in 2011 with Honors. Formed Lake and Land Studio with Bill Holloway in January 2015. Worked as a Residential Designer from 2011-2014 at a private lake community in rural Mississippi. Luke grew up in our nation's capital before moving here to Hattiesburg, MS to attend college and start his career. He is married to Julia Sippel, has a daughter Bailey Sippel, and has a son named Barney, who is a 75 lb. black lab.
"If the architecture is any good, a person who looks and listens will feel its good effects without noticing.
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose."
Bill, a native of Laurel, Mississippi, has been fascinated by architecture and residential design ever since he can remember. Growing up on a farm in Rural Jones County he often visited Laurel and was fascinated by the magnificent homes of varying architectural styles that lined its streets lined with live oaks. Bill started collecting house plan books while in elementary school and had his first home design built during his freshmen year of college. In 2006, Bill graduated Mississippi State University with a Bachelors of Architecture and was awarded the Jurist Award and a Scholarship by Marvin Integrity to study at Ghost 8, a Design/Build workshop, in Nova Scotia, Canada. Over the years Bill has worked in the offices of Albert & Associates in Hattiesburg, MS, Foil Wyatt Architects in Jackson, MS, and Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York City. In 2011 Bill moved his Residential design business, Holloway Home Designs, to Hattiesburg, MS to be the Lead Designer for Madewell Home who was the primary Builder/Designer for Big Bay Lake, a 1,000 acre Lake Community. While at Madewell Home Bill and Luke Sippel designed over 150 projects. In January of 2015 Luke Sippel and Bill Holloway formed Lake And Land Studio, LLC specializing in residential design. Bill lives in the Historic Downtown Laurel Tri-Parks District Neighborhood with his wife, Jody, and his dog, Hattie.
"We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us."
Matt is from McComb, Mississippi where he developed a passion for Architecture and woodworking while working at a cabinet shop in high school. He graduated from McComb High School in 2008 and went on to earn his Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University. After graduating in 2013, he worked for Grantier Architecture, LLC in Jackson, MS designing for commercial and industrial projects for three years. In July 2016, he joined Lake + Land Studio, and he has enjoyed contributing to quality design work and a fun working environment. Matt is currently in the process of taking his architectural license exams. He and his wife, Kelly, live in Sumrall, Mississippi.
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
Hailing from Laurel, MS, Georgia graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Interior Design, planting roots in Hattiesburg. Most recently before joining Lake and Land Design Studio, she worked with the design team of HGTV’s Home Town for the past two seasons. Prior to that Georgia has taken on private residential projects in the surrounding area as well as projects in North Carolina and Finland. With an affinity for color theory and marrying unique textures together, Georgia is primed to meet all your Interior Design needs. Aside from marrying textures, she is getting hitched herself this winter.
"The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most."
Cori, a graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi, obtained her Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology. She grew up in Overland Park, Kansas for the most part of her life before moving back to Sumrall, MS to be closer to her family. In the 7 th grade she took an elective class called tech ed which sparked her interest in architecture when she was taught to draw a floor plan from scratch. After finishing high school and most of her college basics, she was given a teaching assistant job for the School of Construction at Southern Miss, where she was able to use her skills to help fellow students learn software and complete correct construction documents. Cori is now part of our team putting all her skills to work.
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.”
-Anthony J. D'Angelo