Hermanos Design is an architecture and design/build studio based in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City, MO with emphasis on the fusion of construction knowledge with design philosophy.  Client relationships are built on trust and accelerate the design process. The firm’s project experience centers around adaptive reuse, modern insertions, commercial interior environments and boutique parking structures.


+ Architecture / Interior Design

+ Construction Management

+ Owner Representation

+ Art Integration

+ Site Design

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Joe Jimenez AIA

Raised in the Midwest City of Wichita, Kansas, Joe was trained in the fine arts of sculpture, painting and figure drawing. He used that training in his architecture for the last 23 years since graduating from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1997. Joe has worked in the Crossroads Art district in all but three of those 23 years in his professional practice. He founded Hermanos Design in March of 2015, with the vision of hands-on design with the fusion of art in architecture.

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Josh Hartman AIA

Before designing architecture, Josh was involved in residential construction in the small town of Altamont, Kansas. He graduated from Kansas State University with a Master of Architecture in 2011 and has worked in the Crossroads Art district for the last 10 years. Josh has experience in the industry on a range of projects including adaptive reuse, parking structures and mixed use projects.

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Josh Scheuerman - Superintendent

Josh has been involved in construction for most of his life. From renovating houses, to working on waste water treatment pumps, to building out juice bars, Josh has seen just about everything. He has also been the construction superintendent on many job sizes, ranging from commercial office to coffee factory renovations to large restaurant build-outs.

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Jaasiel Duarte-Terrazas Assoc. AIA 

Jaasiel is a recent graduate from Kansas State University.