Josh Siebert is the lead designer and co-founder of Modus Studios in Fayetteville, Arkansas. After graduating from the University of Arkansas in 2002 with a degree in Architecture and a minor in Art, Josh moved to Kansas City with his wife to work for HOK Sport, a firm that allowed him to blend his passion for sports with designing on projects like the Sabrina Park Cricket Club, New York Yankees Stadium and the Washington Nationals Baseball Stadium. After three and a half years with HOK, Josh returned to Arkansas to pursue projects smaller in scale. In late 2005, he accepted a position in the Rogers, Arkansas office of the San Diego based firm, Tucker Sadler Architects.
The time spent at Tucker Sadler allowed Josh to expand his skills in the development market before joining Chris Baribeau in 2008 to co-found Modus Studio. Modus has worked diligently to improve Arkansas' rural educational facilities with Josh leading the charge in the various school districts as well as several prominent University of Arkansas Facilities. Through inventive design, careful attention to detail and a clear understanding of use, Josh and the entire Modus team strive to create projects that stretch beyond individual building footprints to enhance the lives of their clients and communities.
Pictured: (Left to Right) Josh Siebert, Jody Verser, Matt Poe