Patrick is a Raleigh native who spent the last 8 years working in New York for Rem Koolhaas's Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). He has recently relocated with his family to Raleigh where he has joined his father and brother at their family practice, Kenneth Hobgood Architects (KHA).
Over the past year with KHA, Patrick has worked on a plan to save one of Raleigh's few remaining modernist office buildings, a boutique hotel for Raleigh's Warehouse District, an 18 story residential tower in downtown Raleigh, and 2 proposals for an event pavilion in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
During his time at OMA Patrick served as the project architect for the Raleigh Denim flagship store in New York's Soho neighborhood, the Marina Abramovic Institute in Hudson, New York, and RPJ Sao Paulo a 1.5 million sqft mixed-use development in Sao Paulo Brazil. Patrick also served as a key contributor on numerous projects including Cornell University's Milstein Hall, the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, and the Plazas at Santa Monica.
Patrick received his Master's degree in architecture from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Kentucky's School of Design.