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Residential | CARRIER JOHNSON + CULTURE
services as design-centric, the
firm embraces creativity.
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Carrier Johnson + Cu ure
* Headquarters: San Diego
* Specia y: Architectural ervices
"You can't design a great
building if you don't get e
- Vincent Mudd, managing partner
hen it comes to architecture and urban planning, Carrier Johnson +
Culture brings more to
the table than simple drawings. The San
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Diego-based firm focuses on delivering
individualized solutions that blend technology, art and expression.
Describing its architectural services as
design-centric, the firm embraces creativity and thinking outside of the box. The
San Diego-based company specializes in
providing unique architectural solutions.
It manages construction projects for
clients in sectors that include healthcare,
education, corporate, advanced technology, life sciences, residential, public and
Aside from exterior architecture solutions, Carrier Johnson + Culture offers
services like interior architecture, forensic
architecture and landscaping design.
"We have a full landscape studio,"
Managing Partner Vincent Mudd explains.
"You can't design a great building if you
don't get the outside right. Our corporate
philosophy is that all design starts with
open space. If you get the open space
right, you have the foundation to design a
The firm has been known to tackle a variety of high-profile projects in the San Diego
area. It designed the future site of the Legacy
International Center in San Diego's Mission
Valley, a spiritually themed resort fathered
by famed evangelist Morris Cerullo.
Also, if voters approve a referendum in November, Carrier Johnson + Culture will have
another major project on the horizon. The
proposal to redevelop the former Qualcomm
football stadium in Mission Valley would create a mixed-use development for San Diego
State University and its community.