Frank Bradbury Hollenbeck

Architect, graduated from Dartmouth College in June 1954. He was drafted into the army and served until August 1956. He graduated from Columbia University School of Architecture in June 1960. He traveled 6 months in Europe with a fellowship. Frank practiced architecture in New York City, designing and detailing hi-rise apartment buildings. He moved to New Jersey and worked on churches, rectories, convents, as well as libraries and public school projects. He received his license to practice architecture in 1967. He moved to East Hampton in 1968 where Frank joined Clayton P. Morey Architect in partnership until 1976, when he started his own firm. Shortly after the firm was established, he hired Robert G. Smith. The practice included residences, motels, stores, warehouses, churches, and many additions and renovations. In 2001, Frank went into partnership with Robert Smith. The firm was re-named Hollenbeck & Smith Architects.

Robert G. Smith

Architect, was born and raised in Southampton, NY. His interest in Architecture stemmed from his father’s General Contracting business, constructing many upscale homes in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Rob graduated from New York Institute of Technology in 1976. He worked in his father’s construction business until 1978, when he was hired by Frank. B. Hollenbeck Architect. Rob worked on many of various projects for the firm over the next 20+ years and in 2001 he went into partnership with Frank. The firm was re-named Hollenbeck & Smith Architects and the firm was sold to Rob in 2007.