Principal and Co-Founder, Meyer Davis Studio
Born and raised in Tennessee, Will Meyer is a graduate of the Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction. He began his career in New York as an intern for the avant-garde architect Peter Eisenman, which led to a full-time position at Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, where he was mentored by the legendary Charles Gwathmey.
In 1999, he and Gray Davis founded Meyer Davis Studio as a full-service design firm with both residential and hospitality projects. Will shares a passion for art and architecture with a clientele that includes fashion designers, celebrity chefs, and powerhouse hoteliers. His ability to work in both modernist and traditional vernaculars has led to commissions around the globe.
He and his wife, Kerstin, reside with their two children in their home in Nashville, and spend summers at his beach house in East Hampton, originally designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, which Will renovated and expanded in harmony with the original design and winters in Mexico at the house he designed in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca.