BLDGS is full service architecture practice dedicated to the creation of inventive and enduring works of architecture and urban design. The work focuses on projects which exist in the civic realm, including museums and public art galleries, university buildings, corporate offices and campuses, and offices and houses for clients with an appreciation for the role of architecture as a community asset. The firm has been recognized with 12 local, state, and national AIA Awards, including the 2016 Atlanta AIA Silver Medal Firm Award, the highest recognition given to a firm for design excellence and community leadership. In 2008 the work of the office was published in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. Bell and Yocum regularly lecture at architecture schools around the country, as well as serve on public juries and advisory panels. They serve as Professors of Practice at the Georgia Institute of Technology where they coordinate the Masters Degree First Year Curriculum as well as upper level Advanced Architectural Design Studios focusing on contemporary urban and environmental issues.