History

Bill Tabberson graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1988 receiving his Masters of Architecture degree. He gained experience working for commercial firms in Minneapolis, Atlanta, and South Carolina, where he became a licensed architect. In 1996, Bill moved to Indiana where he transitioned to residential design and formed Tabberson Architects. In 2021, Tabberson Architects celebrated their 25th anniversary of operation. Today, Tabberson Architects specializes in Mass Timber design and is at the forefront of revolutionizing the building landscape in the Midwest by introducing large scale wood buildings.

What We Do

Tabberson Architects is a full service architectural firm. We can guide you from your first project idea through the final construction. We provide consultation throughout the jungle of decisions that need to be made to complete a project: design options, building codes, permitting, vendor and contractor choices, and so on. We offer services in:

  • Residential Design- Homes of all sizes, styles, and price points
  • Commercial Design- Restaurants and retail establishments
  • Timberframe Design- Homes, businesses, and pavilions, big or small

Beyond our traditional styles of architecture, we also specialize in timberframe design.

We are experts in the timberframe market and are familiar with all of the major vendors and their techniques in the industry. Work with us to make your timberframe dream come true!
We have also designed architecture for several quality housing developments with spec, semi-custom, and full-custom unit strategies. If you are a developer, contact us!

How We Do It

Our customized approach ensures that your home reflects everything that is unique to you and your family. Our team will collaborate with you and translate your ideas into drawings and imagery for you to review throughout the design process:

  • Schematic Design Phase – Sketches of initial design concepts
  • Design Development Phase – 3D views with refinement of building character
  • Construction Document Phase – Detailed and dimensioned blueprints

In addition to local clients, we serve clients across the country and are experienced with remote communications. We also communicate with vendors and contractors to keep everyone informed and involved throughout the entire project.

Meet Us

William Tabberson

Principal / Owner

Bill is a leader in residential architecture with over 30 years of professional experience. He has a passion for carpentry and quality craftsmanship, and has designed and constructed multiple homes for his family in Minnesota, South Carolina, and Indiana. Since founding Tabberson Architects, Bill has earned a reputation for his inspirational design concepts and is recognized as an expert in timber framing by his peers.

Pam Harwood

Principal / Owner

Pam is both a professor of Architecture at Ball State University and the Director of the Master of Architecture Professional degree program. She is a consulting architect with the firm, with an expertise on learning environments. Pam has a passion for inviting the environment into the home, an ability to create outdoor living spaces, and focuses on designs that allow both children and families to gather. Pam has been recognized nationally for her work on nature-based play and learning environments for children and community engagement.

Chris Simmons

Chris Simmons

Senior Project Designer

Since joining Tabberson Architects in 2011, Chris has been mastering his techniques of rendering our projects with such detail that people often mistake them for photographs. Chris’ highly skilled digital artistry allows everyone the chance to see photo-realistic views of a project before it is ever built. Chris has his Bachelor‘s and Master’s Degrees in Architecture from Ball State University and is an expert of materials, finishes, lighting, and landscape design in addition to timber frame design and modeling.

Ray Wilk

Ray Wilk

Senior Project Designer

Ray has been part of the Tabberson Architects’ design team since 2014 and brings valuable construction knowledge into the office. His specialties include construction documents, detailing, and project management. Ray is passionate about traditional building techniques like timber framing and masonry and enjoys incorporating these trades into contemporary architecture.

Miguel Ramirez

Miguel Ramirez

Senior Project Designer

Miguel joined Tabberson Architects in 2016. He specializes in the schematic and design development design phases. Miguel is highly skilled in the rapid production of three-dimensional models and imagery, using techniques that allow design changes and multiple design options to be quickly analyzed. Miguel also advises the office on passive solar building techniques.

Mason Olson

Mason Olson

Graduate Architect

Mason joined Tabberson Architects in 2019 after receiving his Master’s Degree in Architecture from Ball State University with a certification in Social and Environmental Design. Although he has extensive experience with both residential and commercial projects, his true passion is to incorporate environmental design through today’s emerging technologies. Mason is skilled in construction documents, project supervision, and integrated design.

Conner Million

Conner Million

Graduate Architect

Conner joined Tabberson Architects in 2021 after graduating with a Bachelors in Architecture Degree from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. While at CAP, Conner researched and designed the reuse of industrial materials for housing and urban development. He now brings valuable design experience to the office where he primarily works on many of our local and Texas based residential projects.

Sanghamitra L Majumdar (Mitra)

Graduate Architect

Mitra joined Tabberson Architects in 2022. Mitra earned her Master‘s degree from Ball State University in 2018, following her Bachelor’s degree from BUET, Bangladesh. Working both in architecture firms and on multiple hands-on construction projects in Indiana and Bangladesh, Mitra understands the value of communication and the importance of cost effective design. Her design portfolio includes: historic preservation, commercial buildings, façade design, and more. When not working on an architectural project, Mitra can be found painting, sketching, or traveling.

Hunter Dishon

Assistant Project Designer

Ben Stenftenagel

Assistant Project Designer

Long Tram

Assistant Project Designer

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